Fair Workplaces Equal Opportunity InWomen Employed's hard work for stronger equal pay requirements paid off when President Obama took two executive actions that will increase pay protections for the 2. WE—and working women—have made enormous progress. Today, as a result, millions of women are working in good jobs that were closed to them just 40 years ago.
Could anyone help me? Married a woman who is type-A and very career and academically oriented.
She has become pretty frequently foul-mouthed and opinionated, doubtful of the Bible and questioning of everything in it, severely untrusting of the church, and with lengthy periods with nothing but criticism for me. I love my wife but my heart longs for her to be like the person I dreamed of.
So In we were moved with my mothers and his help miles to the west, in after the birth of our son we went back to sell and get the rest of what was left leaving our four month old with my mother out west. Things with that return went real bad. Within two days my husband told his father that the house was still his house, that the equipment being used for a memorial day cook out was his ands the food that was going to be served he had bought, he was not taking dollars and going any where, and the only person that went any where with me was him, That day was the destruction of 32 years of tradition, starting with his staying then the taking of the reservation for Men and women have equal opportunities and his fathers best friend and then my husband breaking his fathers jaw after he backhanded his son telling him he would just do as he was told, My husband backhanded his father across the kitchen and took me to the club himself.
Where he proved he could be a barbarian with any one when the doorman pushed him into the street refusing entry. All everyone saw the second the doorman's foot hit a public sidewalk pushing was the doormans face slamming into the pavement and my husbands knee going into his spine.
That's when I realized that there was not going to be a peace with my husband with any body there. All I ask any more is what else were we to do with the kind of defiance shown, Should I have just let him do as he pleased and had the life he wanted watching the chaos he would create in its wake or did I do the right thing choosing his fathers and society's route, Its apparent the courts now back my husband, we have not completely stopped him in his tracks for years, I and his father were jailed over taking his reservations in May of we have both been under home arrest for trying to hold him from doing more damage to lives.
And I don't even want to go back after his parents died. Callie My husband of 35 years never would talk through the role he was to play in the Community and family. He wanted all of his rights to be as equal as everyone else. To the point that for long periods of time we had to keep him from just taking those right through both blackmail, and legal means to keep him from harming others in the community with what he could take in those rights.
Like the vacation times he wanted, the holidays he wanted, even the weekends he wanted had to be denied for fear that the first time he had a marital life or time off he would take all that was due him by a UAW contract, causing others to miss out on life dreams and needs.
He became violent in in taking what was due him. Many have been hurt over the last 17 years with his absolute thought he had the control over his own life without considering others needs.
In Over a job bid he took over the need of 4 of the societies younger leaders he left them on our front porch and in the street as critical care patients in a display of combat arts that nobody had ever witnessed before, it took less than one minute after the county commissioners son took the first swing to get my husband to back off a job bid him and three his friends took over the socialy higher sons in the community.
Then in we were trying to get him to wait for his first vacation sincejust more days instead of hurting us over canceling his Orient express trip with me to let a young man with 32 years less seniority have his and his new brides honeymoon. He dislocated and tore the ACL in my shoulder to get the Refund check his father and I got for cancelling his trip, then it took seven men to stop him from strangling his father to death over his passport we were going to give TSA to hold until our flight was in the air.
He still had to go work since the younger man was not going in, My husband and other seniority had him marched out of the plant terminated his first day back, Me and his father were in County lockup for 2 months for acting as false agent in canceling his vacation plans even though we had arranged a five week vacation beginning January the second as his time off instead of the two weeks on the Express in June july.
We could never get him to take the mind winter times offered instead of when everyone else wanted their vacations. I would also like to know where in the bible you have pulled your information from since this article states God.
Raghu Nath Reddy Budda Really. Why only men should take the provider role? Even though some women are working. Taking the provider role from working is different.
But how many women are paying. Men should have property, men should have high salary, men should more height than women, men should more status etc. If men are lessor of any thing than women, No women will marry such men.
Even men are doing house work.When it comes to equality, men and women really do see things differently. Fewer than half of women around the world believe they have the same opportunities as men, according to a new survey. Getting to gender equality starts with realizing how far we have to go.
Learn more—and what you can do about it—in the Women in the Workplace study. The findings and recommendations in Equal Opportunities for Women and Men are based on monitoring conducted by national gender equality experts and local NGO representatives in Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, and Turkey.
Jan 18, · Pay gap: 48% of women say they have to work twice as hard as men to take home half the pay. Most women and more than half of men believe the gender wage gap is still a stark reality, a new survey.
I find it telling that the picture above is an example of a man being passive aggressive. Unless the woman has a diagnosable personality disorder, men, you have much more control over this reaction from your female partner than you think. How Men & Women See the Workplace Differently They go to the same meetings, have the same colleagues, strive for the same promotions.
So why are their perspectives—and experiences—so dissimilar?