Gender Reflection

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A team of management with three males and only one female is interesting. Getting picked on because I’m the only female manger in the store, because I’m the youngest of them all but yet my male team mates help and support me unconditionally. I could call say that they are my brothers, they might play jokes on me but they are the ones to support my decisions I make in my workplace especially if I’m correct. There has been a situation at work that I’ve faced gender discrimination which made me realize that there are still human beings out in the world who don’t seem to care about a person’s feelings and knowing that there still judge based on if you’re a female or a male but also made me realize that I have the right to stand up for myself…show more content…
Walking around the store making sure that every customer gets greeted with a “hello, how are you doing today?” and also making sure that they are being helped or so I could help them myself. As I was walking and walking the sales floor I’ve noticed that the customers in line didn’t seem to happy and the line was talking a little longer than usual so I went to go check if everything was going smoothly. Then realized that a customer was giving my sales associate about some shoes that he was trying to return and get a full refund on. I decided to jump in and ask “if there was anything that I could help him with?” The customer gives me a dead look in my eye and starts to become more…show more content…
At this point I had already tried everything in my power and couldn’t get him to listen to a female manager. I had realized that people still discriminate for being a female. I then told him that I was going to get my store manager to speak with him. Many of the other customers looked at me as I walked passed them and knew that the man was wrong. A female customer went to me as I was walking and told me “do not let him get to you, he is wrong for acting the way he is towards you,” I looked at her and give her a small grin to say thank you. As I went to my store manager and explained to him the situation I had going on out in the sales floor, he became angry. He then said to me “how does a customer come and disrespect my manager, sorry that is not allowed in my store.” We look out to speak to the rude customer and once he approaches him; he tells him “my assistant has given you all the information you need

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