About 20 job applicants, including Hermeisha Robinson, a woman in the St. Louis area who shared a screenshot on Facebook, received an email from Mantality Health that said it wouldn’t consider applicants with “ghetto” names. The company says it was hacked.
About 20 job applicants, including Hermeisha Robinson, a woman in the St. Louis area who shared a screenshot on Facebook, received an email from Mantality Health that said it wouldn’t consider applicants with “ghetto” names. The company says it was hacked. Facebook
About 20 job applicants, including Hermeisha Robinson, a woman in the St. Louis area who shared a screenshot on Facebook, received an email from Mantality Health that said it wouldn’t consider applicants with “ghetto” names. The company says it was hacked. Facebook

Missouri company rejects woman because of ‘ghetto’ name. Email was hacked, owner says

August 15, 2018 08:20 AM