1. when an employer sponsored hunting and fishing trips attended by only male employees
2. when a supervisor said that he did not want to have to “deal with” another female employee
3. when a female employee was denied funds to travel to and attend a conference, while her similarly situated male coworkers were provided these funds
4. when an employer stated that female job candidates get “nervous” and “easily upset
5. when a female employee received a lower salary than her male coworkers even though they all had similar jobs and engaged in similar conduct
6. when a supervisor spoke disrespectfully to a female employee but did not demonstrate the same disrespect to male employees
7. when a supervisor took male employees to attend events with vendors but never took female employees to these events
8. when a supervisor audited a female employee for two errors but did not audit a male employee who made a more costly error
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