As a former business owner in "doing construction", I hired a few women. Honestly very few women ever applied but I did hire them.<quoted text>I'll thank you for reading posts in their entirety if you are capable of doing so.
From the post to which you are responding, I wrote:
So okay....I'll concede that women have the same rights and the legal right to be treated equally under the law; however, violation of that law is quite rampant.
So since I already conceded that women have the same rights as men, why are you asking me to name one right that men have that women don't?
BTW, it is gender discrimination to pay a man more than a woman for the same job and the same work with minimum wage having nothing to do with it and such discrimination is not simply "favoritism"- it is discrimination and as such is in violation of the law.
I always hire then at the same pay as the guys,$8/hr. their raises however depended on work performance which they greatly lacked.
I had guys working for me at $25/hr & girls at $8. Although they had the same job title, they certainly didn't do the same job or have the same amount of work to do. The guys always outperformed the girls, so I paid them more.
Would you say that was discrimination?