PLANS & PRICING
The sad reality is that women all over the world struggle with breaking the glass ceiling at work and also having to deal with a sexist work environment. Here’s what you can do-
Stand up against double standards- When a coworker or manager makes a sexist remark, don’t just let it slide. Call them out on it and explain how what they said was inappropriate. If it was a superior or your boss, point it out, but don’t aggressively condemn their actions. This may just lead to them getting defensive and you feeling worse. When you call for a sexism free work environment, but don’t call out your peers on their sexist behaviours, it highlights a double standard. Stand up for what you believe and that’s how you will be able to change.
Find allies- Find other women (or men) who feel the same way. Chances are, quite a few other people would feel the same way as you. Support each other especially when someone tries to undermine their work with sexism.
Approach HR- If the situation is getting out of control, approach HR. They are equipped to deal with issues like these and will surely be able to help you out.