OPPRESSION OF NEW AND YOUNG WORKERS IN THE WORKPLACEStudents NameCourse NumberDate2I always yearned to finish school, get a job and start earning because I persistently askedfor money from my parents and it was becoming monotonous. In fact, I can vividly rememberthat my dad told me that I need to get a job rather than staying at home and still expect theparents to give me upkeep money to fund my youthful lifestyle. However, little did I know thatoppression was awaiting me until I got my first job. In his publication titled Oppression andDemocracy, Nicky Gonzlez Yuen cites six elements of oppression, which include mistreatmentthat is oppressive, systemic, institutionalized, and socially condoned.1 I can attest that my firstjob experience was hectic following numerous incidences of oppression as explressed by thearticle. In my first job, old employees used to take advantage of freshly hired employees and Ibecause we were not supposed to question what those in the upper ranks did.It all started when I reported to work on my first day where I was requested to handle themenial tasks meant for a cleaner. I was asked to tidy up the office and ensure that everything isneat and in its right place. At first, I thought this would not happen again but the same habitcontinued until week three of working in the organization. All through, I was wondering whythey would assign me to handle menial jobs, and yet that was not what I had signed for. I wasdisappointed a ...
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