We’ve probably all experienced a new boss who charges in with new rules before ever scouting out the culture of the organization he’s now running. This story about a white hotel owner in New Mexico who told his Hispanic employees to change their first names to make them sound more American adds another dimension to that familiar workplace scenario.

What do you think of this episode? Does the hotel owner make a good point? Did he just go about implementing the change the wrong way? Or is his perspective flawed from the get-go?

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