New World of Work- Social / Diversity Awareness Assessment 2

New World of Work- Social / Diversity Awareness Assessment 2


[MUSIC PLAYING] [HYDRAULIC LIFT] What’s all this? I don’t know. Kenneth just said that
there was a truck to unload. Well, how do we know
where all these boxes go if they’re not labeled. Maybe the driver can tell us. He’s not here. Is there a packing slip? I’ll see. Found it. Great. It’s not even English. It’s not our alphabet. It’s in Hindi– I think. Maybe Kenneth can help. Oh, yeah. I think that his
family’s from India. Hey, Kenneth. Yes? Do you have a minute to
help us with something? It depends on what it is. We got this truckload of
boxes, and they’re not labeled. So Eddie and I don’t know
where they’re supposed to go. We think the packing
slip is in Hindi. Do you happen to know Hindi? I do. Great. I didn’t want to
make an assumption, but I thought I
would check first. Oh, of course. Can I see the packing slip? Oh yeah, this is a
shipment of polyfoam. Everything goes over
there in section E. Oh, OK. Thank you so much. Thanks. I can’t even read it. It’s not in English. It’s not even our alphabet. I’m going to open one of the
boxes and see what’s inside. Wait, we’re not
supposed to do that. It can make it easier
for the contents to get damaged or stolen. I know, but how are we
supposed to figure out where this stuff goes? It’s not even in English. It’s not our alphabet. Look. I think it’s in Hindi. I can’t read it. Isn’t Kenneth’s
family from India? Maybe he knows Hindi. Eddie– I can’t assume
what language he knows. That would be rude. But he might be able to help. You have to be sensitive Eddie. You can’t assume based upon
what somebody looks like or where their family is from. [MUSIC PLAYING]