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One example of gender inequality would be the working

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One example of gender inequality would be the working environment that are based on lower job securities for woman has well as lower wages compared to men, another problem that has been noticed is the poor respect and benefits that woman get over men .Since women are more likely to be sexually harassed at work, it makes the woman lost motivation when it comes to performing their duties. Now a days woman are still struggling to be treated equally to the male gender, even though more women become managers or promoted quicker than men they still deserve proper respect. When a woman sees that they are being treated unethically they begin to have negative attitudes and feel like they company is discriminating because of their gender. Another point I want to address is woman not being treated equally in the workplace. When we balance out emotions we are then benefitting the company by working together to show both men and women the respect they deserve. Think about it, if women we not treated equally, they might often have poor interpersonal relations with other employees whether they are male or female. Men think that women should not be in a leadership type position however men are wrong to think that because many woman
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P a g e | 5 Ethical Equality for Women have proven that by their knowledge, skills and experiences towards that leadership role are high. If I were to realize that my abilities were being ignored I honestly wouldn’t have the best interpersonal relations at work. This is unethical discrimination towards women in lead positions and can cause many work-related problems that could affect their performances and also over all the company they represent. Emotivism perspective would be a big factor in this because women become emotional when they are not being treated equally as men. Woman have pure strength because we can endure so much through child birth, working as a parent and being able to provide the knowledge to become leadership. Emotivism described in our text by (Mosses,2013 Chapter 1.7) is a meta- ethical view that can claim ethical statements that are merely expressions of one's emotion toward an act and is not based on facts or moral realities. Women show their emotions when they are happy, sad, angry or hurt by doing that it expresses to everyone else how they are feeling. Women may show their emotion more than a man but we are able to still work and get out task done when needed. There are many breaches to the ethical behavior throughout all workplaces, these breaches are being treated unequal, sexual harassment, and even wage differences because of gender.
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