Tell Chase Bank Their Survey is Inappropriate!
Is JP Morgan Chase the next Mozilla?
Recent news reports have revealed that Chase Bank has added highly-inappropriate questions about employee support for the LGBT community to its annual employee survey designed to help assess its management team. Employees are being asked in the survey if they are, “a member of the LGBT community.” Separately, they are also asked if they are “an ally of the LGBT community, but not personally identifying as LGBT.”
This tactic of actively inquiring of every employee whether they support the LGBT community is an egregious invasion of privacy, and one that has the potential to be used to punish and intimidate those who refuse to answer in the politically-approved way.
The mega-bank refuses to answer questions about the survey questions, including how they intend to use the responses. Demand answers from Chase today and let them know that this unseemly survey raises fears about impending intimidation or discrimination against pro-marriage employees there.
For more information
National Organization for Marriage blog: Is JP Morgan Chas the next Mozilla?
The Washington Times: Chase bank surveys workers to see if they’re ‘ally of the LGBT community’
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This Survey is Inappropriate and Menacing