Table of Contents
- About the Author
- What Is Business Ethics?
- Theories of Duties and Rights: Traditional Tools for Making Decisions in Business When the Means Justify the Ends
- Theories of Consequence Ethics: Traditional Tools for Making Decisions in Business when the Ends Justify the Means
- Theories Responding to the Challenge of Cultural Relativism
- Employee’s Ethics: What’s the Right Job for Me?
- Employee’s Ethics: Getting a Job, Getting a Promotion, Leaving
- Employee’s Ethics: Making the Best of the Job You Have as You Get from 9 to 5
- Manager’s Ethics: Getting, Promoting, and Firing Workers
- Manager’s Ethics: Deciding on a Corporate Culture and Making It Work
- The Tense Office: Discrimination, Victimization, and Affirmative Action
- The Aroused Office: Sex and Drugs at Work
- The Selling Office: Advertising and Consumer Protection
- The Responsible Office: Corporations and Social Responsibility
- The Green Office: Economics and the Environment
- The Domination Office: The Star System and Labor Unions
The Business Ethics Workshop, v. 1.0
by James Brusseau
10.2 Gender Discrimination and Occupational Segregation
- Define gender discrimination.
- Consider the ethics of occupational segregation.
- Discuss the doctrine of comparable worth.
- Define the glass ceiling.
- Examine the case of motherhood.