Is it sex discrimination to assign a woman different tasks than a man in the same job?

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A woman received a promotion at a construction company from laborer to helper. Helpers either work on the ground or “at elevation.” The woman had experience working at elevation at another company. She wanted to work at elevation again in her new job to improve her skills because advancements would bring pay raises and advance her craft.

But there was a problem.

When the woman started as a helper in her designated area, the company would not allow her to work at elevation. Specifically, the area’s general foreman, a man, told her in front of others that she had

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