The sexism is morally and ethically wrong.

The pertinent facts of this case are that sexism is morally and
ethically wrong. A code of ethics is obtainable to pilot the actions in this
case. A company code of ethics sets the companies values, ethics, objective and
duties. An industry code is where principles of honesty, professionalism, and
confidentiality merge to support the professions success. Professional code is
the moral benchmark for professionals around the world playing little mind to
job title, social difference or neighborhood laws. The companies code of ethics
in this case should highlight the value of their employees, ensure that they
act with integrity and respect, and place the interest of the client above
their own. The company’s industry code in this case is where the
professionalism of the employee to client is seen. For example, where Schneider
inadvertently used Hallberg’s email signature in his messages to the client and
the client’s tone was rude until he mentioned to the client that it was him and
not Hallberg. The companies professional code should be fair and ethical across
the bar. All employees should be held at the same standard and with that those
who outperform other colleagues whether male or female should be given the same
opportunities of promotion and respect.