Naturally, potential benefactors of the minority quota are still susceptible to the other job related BS, "putting on a smile for the customer, being a confident energetic optimistic obedient normoid who cares about everyone and everything at all times yet also doesn't goof off or exhibit any negative human traits while interacting with customers, even if they're complete shitlords who deserve to be skullfucked in front of their first born children."
Though they still have to fall in to the same company guidelines, I would still argue that less overall is expected of minority hires.
Example: Do you think a fat black woman going off on a shitty customer would get fired if it were posted to social media and ended up on the news? Hell no, she'd be labeled a bold hero by feminiѕts and SJWs alike and even if the company did fire her afterwards she'd develop a league of followers who would boycott the company and support her financially until the day she dies. If my white country ass was caught on video dissing a shithead customer, it wouldn't even have to make it to social media for me to be fired, especially if it were a member of a "minority" that I called out, and if it did make it to social media, I'd be arrested for shooting antifa members on my lawn who came to kill me.
I also think that even the lookism is slightly reduced for minority hires. Example: Go to a few fast food restaurants, chances are in at least one you'll see a black man with dreadlocks hanging halfway down his back, or a black woman with puffy hair with the circumference of a car tire, neither of which would be required to wear hair nets over the grill or fryers, yet I have been turned down from McDonalds because of my mullet. I'm a face and voice they just don't want greeting customers, and there's nothing I can do about that, but if I were black or mexican or indian I could call them racist and get on the news and rally my own twitter outrage mob and then the next company I applied for would instantly hire me as regional manager to avoid another smear campaign.
I'm the one who's privileged though, and they're the ones who are oppressed.