Miller shows this so we see how shallow masculine conception of beauty is. Gender representation in this film is working to promote an expanded view on gender roles, there are many stereotypes regarding gender. This film shows that women can do the same jobs as men. Furiosa is a very strong and independent character who won 't stop until she gets what she wants and what is good for the wives. To conclude George Miller challenges women 's roles in the film.
The next court case shows how unfair the court system is and how unfair women’s pay is. The Ledbetter v Goodyear tire is another court case on how much discrimination there is. Since the ERA is not an amendment and most laws and acts are not enforced, the Ledbetter and Goodyear is a good example of how laws and acts are not being enforced. This case was made because Ledbetter has been working for Goodyear for a long time, however, Ledbetter, for her entire time working at Goodyear, has been getting lower pay than all the men working at Goodyear. Ledbetter tried to sue Goodyear for the discrimination of not being paid enough.
According to Ragins & Cotton, (1991) state that the female to female mentorship is said to have an additional benefit of not having negative sexual connotation that a female to male mentorship relationship may elicit. Ragins and Scandura (1994) indicated that women are as willing as men to mentor others. However, Parker & Kram (1993) indicated that token women in top management are unwilling to mentor because they do not want to share the limelight with others. Lack of women in high ranking and influential roles is one of the reasons there is a lack of female mentors (Ragins & Scandura, 1994). The lack of mentors and role models is one of the challenges that women have in their working environment (Catalyst, 2001).
While some people believe that “women are already treated equally” (Women's Rights and Sexual Harassment: Are Further Steps Necessary to Ensure Gender Equality? ), many women living and working in the United States disagree with this claim. According to “Time For a New Gender-Equality Playbook”, “Entry-level women” all over the United States were surveyed and only 38 percent believe that the company they are employed by has gender diversity. This shows that some women who are employed do not feel comfortable with the fact that females are less represented in work spaces. In addition to less gender diversity, the article “Women Deserve Equal Pay” shows that women are not given the same opportunities as men by explaining that women who major in science or business have double the chances as men to acquire an office job, while men are promoted to management roles.
Members of a group are not willing to acknowledge someone as their leader if they do not have trust especially the leader’s ethical and moral. For leaders to lead successfully, they must defeat their fear of losing control and begins to inspire trust between them and the employees. Thus, successful leaders can inspire trust by developing consistent action with integrity that cultivates both respect and trust. For example, a successful leader needs to always be open and honest in communicating and building relationship. If the leader is hiding certain information, the employees will not have full trust in the leaders because of poor honesty and transparency.
When a leader exhibits and exemplifies this trait, the standards and values of an organization are being successfully reinforced. A leader would exercise this integrity by making honest decisions. If your profession requires patent, client, or personal information confidentiality of any sort, an ethical leader would not sit around in the break room discussing a recent experience they had and divulging this sort of information. This could not only lead to lawsuits or penalties, but also in other workers thinking it is acceptable behavior. In a
The ever alarming threat of hire and fire policies has made created a sense of insecurity among employees. Employees are drowned in to stress and poor mental health resulting in absenteeism and work life imbalances (Schor, 1993). Hyatt, James. (2005) conversations around the value and place of spirituality in the workplace have been further pushed by the need for managers and leaders to behave more ethically in the world and to foster ethical decision-making in their workforces. Karakas and Fahri (2010) observed that incorporating spirituality at work increases employees' well-being by increasing their commitment, morale, and productivity and reduces stress, & burnout at the workplace.
Did you know that employment equality is a law which legislates against prejudice based actions in the workplace? As a minority, I am interested in employment equality even when it comes to applications or interview I went on. Many problems as to equal pay, equal treatment, should not be discriminated because of sexual orientation, does not always practiced in the workplace. The practices discourage women in the sense that as of 1963 women have been paid 53 cents less than men for doing the same job. In job applications, you are asked for your sexual orientation, your ethnicity, and gender.
feminist utpia For a perfect feminist utopia to exist there would have to be many changes to the current world we all live in at the moment.There are three theroies of equality which are important beacuuse they show how a women are treated and what could be done to be treated more equal. The theroies of eniqulity would include econmic iniqualty, house work and child care and, sexual vilence. In my opionion none of these theris have any cons attached to them. Women should be equals in every way that men are equal and there should not be anything wrong with helping socioty become a feminist utopia to help women. Many women in the working world are not paid in the same amount as their male counterpart.
However some people may feel out of their depth and will have a little hesitation in referring difficulties to a leader higher in demand. One of the biggest drawbacks of this kind of leadership is that if this style of leadership is used inappropriately then it can cause negative consequences, causing a lack of flexibility and work throughout the team. The transformational leadershipstyles depend on high levels of communication from management to meet goals. Leaders motivate employees and enhance productivity and efficiency through communication and high visibility. As “a leadership style focused on effecting revolutionary change in organizations through a commitment to the organization’s vision.” It redefines people’s missions and visions, renews their commitment, and restructures their systems for goal accomplishment through a relationship of mutual stimulation and elevation that converts followers into leaders and leaders into moral