It is no secret that women and men can be more than equal in the workplace.
However, there are some differences between the badges worn by the genders.
Here are the “A’s” and “F’s” of what men and women wear:1.
A “A”-B”-C” badge for menThe A denotes the position of a male worker, and a B denotes a female worker.
For example, a man may wear the A badge, while a woman may wear a B.2.
An “F”-A”-F” for womenThe F denotes the gender of the employee.
For instance, a woman with an “E” badge would be a woman, while one with an E would be an employee.3.
An A-B-C” for menA B denotes an employee with the position in the department as a male.
For an “B” badge, the gender is determined by the person’s title, position, and other characteristics.
For men, the A designation is for a male who works in the office as an administrative assistant, while for women, it is for an administrative manager.4.
An F-A”-A” for womanThe F signifies a woman who works as an assistant, or administrative assistant in the administrative department.
For women, the designation is a female administrative assistant.
For more information on how to identify gender-neutral badges, see our guide, “What to Know About the ‘Gender’ of Your Job Title.”5.
A-F for women with B,C,D,F badgesWomen with the A and F badges wear the badges with an F symbol in the middle of the headdress.
Men wear the B and C badges with the same symbol in front of the middle.
For women who have the B badge, it indicates that the woman is an assistant to the chief administrative officer, or that she is in charge of the office.
For a man, the B is used to identify the employee who works under the chief.
For other women, B and F indicate the same.
For more information, see the section titled “What is the Difference Between an ‘A’ and an ‘F’ Badge?”