At Cadence, innovation and collaboration—fueled by an organizational culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion—are the engine driving earnings growth and market expansion”.

Did someone say diversity?

Diversity is just codeword for cheap foreign labor.

Cadence’s San Jose office doesn’t look very diverse to us.

In fact, it’s 100% Asians, as the above photo proves.

The black dude + white woman shown in the Forbes article are most likely paid models – or at best token hires.

Looks like Cadence has a bit of an EEOC problem.

This illegal Asian racism is rampant all over tech in America. No wonder there is so much “Asian hate” going on.

No one likes a thief.

It looks like illegal cheap foreign labor fuels success – or at least more profits.

As usual, “diversity” is codeword for eradicating all white people from the tech workplace.

Contact the EEOC and your congresspeople and report this illegal racist crime now.

https://brand-studio.fortune.com/cadence/how-prioritizing-diversity-and-collaboration-fuels-success/?prx_t=zAwHAAAAAAoPEQA

https://www.cadence.com/en_US/home.html

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cadence_Design_Systems

As long as you are not a white American male.

Looks like some Asian tech CEOs running Cadence are doing both mass H-1B visa fraud and violating US EEOC

laws with impunity. Why haven’t they been prosecuted?

Now you know the real reasons Americans cannot find jobs – rampant Asian racism.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lip-Bu_Tan

Early life and education

“Born in 1959 in Muar, Johor, Federation of Malaya (in modern Malaysia) to a Malaysian Chinese family,[4][5] Tan grew up in Singapore and graduated from Nanyang University with a BSc in physics.[6] Tan later completed an M.S. in nuclear engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the U.S.[4] Tan began Ph.D. studies in the subject at MIT, but because the 1979 Three Mile Island accident caused a sharp reduction in opportunities in the nuclear industry, Tan left MIT and transferred to the University of San Francisco, where he graduated with an MBA.[4][7][8]

Check out this propaganda – probably paid for by CCP hiring a US PR firm. The poor American probably had her

job or the job of someone she knows stolen by the armies of foreign invading job robbers.

The news never reports on Asians’ theft of Silicon Valley or 4,000,000 US tech jobs.

Stealing Silicon Valley – it’s how Asians roll.

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