Our expert says:
If she throws a party in her own home AND PAYS FOR IT ENTIRELY BY HERSELF, that might still be a problem if it is involving selected staff and selected on an entirely racist basis ; but if she is having such affairs paid for by the company, that is even more objectionable and a sign of a truly badly run company - and the tax authorities might want to look into it if the company and its CFO claim "business" tax deductions for racist parties. The same appl;ies to drinks and gifts.
If there is an HR person ort dept, in this company ( or its parent company, if this is the case ) discuss it with them. She is probably breaking some laws, and is certainly behaving in a corrupt and unethical manner. And the bribery ( gifts after raises ) is also not allowed. Gather evidence as much as you and your similarly affected colleagues can. If there is any proper inquiry or investigation, the receipts and other evidence can probably be found, too.
Though as n.a.r. says, you can't demand to be invited to other peopl's parties, you can if the company, and maybe the national tax-payer is paying for the party, and the invitation list is racially determined.
The former HR lady could be a valuable witness.
Who on earth are supposed to be the managers here ? It sounds as thouch the CFO runs the company and makes all its decisions.
Maybe a union could help, maybe consult a labour lawyer for advice, and other such agencies.
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