WTF?! CIBC Canada Repeatedly Refuses to Promote Man because He’s NOT GAY

The Federal Court of Canada has ordered the Canadian Human Rights Commission to reassess a work discrimination case of a man who claimed he was discriminated against — because he’s heterosexual.

In April 2017, Aaren Jagadeesh filed a complaint with the commission saying that his manager at the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) in Toronto repeatedly turned him down for promotions because he wasn’t gay or bisexual.

According to CTV News, Jagadeesh claims that in 2015 he was told in a meeting that all of the bank’s managers “in both his office and headquarters were either gay or bisexual” and that was “why young employees with little qualifications were promoted.”

Source: Canadian court sides with man who claims he was discriminated against for being heterosexual

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