Unauthorized Immigrant Workers At Chipotle Mexican Grill Restaurants

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Unauthorized Immigrant Workers at Chipotle Mexican Grill Restaurants
In this assignment I am discussing the unauthorized immigrant workers at Chipotle Mexican Grill restaurants case study questions from chapter 17 of the Business and Society text. These questions are for the written week 6 assignment of the MBA 520 Leadership & Business Ethics in the Global Environment class. In this paper I will “apply ethical reasoning and create solutions to case study”. The emphasis of the unauthorized immigrant workers at Chipotle Mexican Grill restaurants case study is managing a diverse workforce.
Unauthorized Immigrant Workers
“In May 2011, federal immigration agents descended on dozens of Chipotle Mexican Grill restaurants around the country, from Los Angeles to Atlanta, interviewing employees and managers” (Lawrence & Weber, 2014). The goal was to identify any unauthorized workers that Chipotle had employed. This was just the latest step in an ongoing government investigation into Chipotle’s employment practices. Workplace Diversity
Do you consider being an unauthorized immigrant a form of workplace diversity? How is it similar to and different from other kinds of workplace diversity (Lawrence & Weber, 2014)?
No I do not consider an unauthorized immigrant a form of workplace diversity. I consider authorized immigrants a form of workplace diversity. I believe there would be a different dynamic with illegal workers. An unauthorized worker would most likely put up with a…

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