Racism is good for employers as long as those discriminated against take positions on whether discrimination has taken place or not leading to the media and the law courts being used as sports fields to host confrontations on discriminatory practices.

The Equalities Act 2010 urges employers to be sensitive to protected characteristics such as race. Employers are however enjoying the spectacle that confrontation offers as it is absolving them from addressing discriminatory practices in the work place.

ESRL argues that society should hold employers to account for the implementation of the Equality Act 2010.

Mr Alecho, a director of ESRL, says that “ESRL reads with horror that in the year AD2014 prejudices and discrimination still take centre-stage as a confrontation sport in all sorts of work environment.”

He further went on to say that “this cruel and undignifying sport has to be ended.  Society has consented to the Equality Act 2010 on ‘protected characteristics’ to end this sport.  This law is in place to persuade employers to be ‘transparent’ on ‘protected characteristics’.”

He said finally that “none of the ‘protected characteristics’ is safe from being a subject or subjected to this cruel and undignifying sport of being encouraged by ‘reward and compensation’. 

Editors Notes:

  1. Mr Alecho is available for interviews on 0044-798-459-4876 or jack.a@equalitiessensitivityrating.com.
  2. ESRL can be mailed at info@equalitiessensitivityrating.com
  3. Below are sampled sources that discrimination/prejudice is a good sport and good for business and good for employers:

Stratford marks UN day for elimination of racial discrimination

The Guardian Charlottetown

NYC Fire Department agrees to settle on $98 M racial discrimination lawsuit

Lawyer Herald

Is state senator’s discrimination stance a symbol of Rand Paul’s America?

The Grio

Racial vilification: why defenders of section 18C fail


Obama Awards Medals of Honor to 24 Veterans Denied Because of Discrimination

Atlanta Black Star

Racism awareness week

Wawatay News

Mundine leaves many questions unanswered about future of Indigenous health programs & funding

Crikey (blog)

Cambridge forced to drop ‘racist‘ May Ball theme


Minority groups condemn SRA race report

Legal Futures

Sky Bet League One: Walsall cleared by FA over allegations ofracial abuse


    NYC Fire Department agrees to settle on $98 M racial discrimination lawsuit. comments; print. email. By Staff Writer. Mar 19, 2014 07:13 PM EDT.
Basically, Paul and Jensen believe that racial discrimination is bad business and that the free   market would eradicate racial discrimination because 

Crikey  “There has been too much heat and not enough light on these matters,” RaceDiscrimination Commissioner Tim Soutphommasane said about the 

Washington Post    had displayed exceptional courage in Vietnam, Korea and World War II, but were denied the prestigious medal because of racial discrimination.
  In recognition of International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination on March 21, two separate committees are hosting anti-racism 

Crikey (blog) But he said his stand on the Racial Discrimination Act was proof of its independence, and his described as “bizarre” shock columnist Andrew Bolt’s 

Telegraph.co.uk  “The black characters fulfil every derogatory racist stereotype of the ‘slave’,  calling on students to speak out about racial discrimination on campus.
Also, “no consideration was given to the concept of ‘indirect racial discrimination‘ where a policy or practice leads to a far greater likelihood of 

Eurosport.com AU  community and beyond and are committed to social inclusion. “Walsall is a multi-cultural town and we do not tolerate discrimination of any kind.”