Recently I was asked by a colleague to plug-in the water bottle to the water dispenser, which requires muscle power I have and they do not.
This person didn't say "Please", "Could you", "Can you give me a helping hand" or anything like that. So, I didn't care for the request at all. I don't need something like "Hey muscle power, hey big guy", just please is enough.
So is that an ethic line or possibly gender discrimination?
Rejecting the helping hand support since it's not under my roles and responsibilities, so they had to walk downstairs to drink water.
I also need to mention that this is not the first time this person has been rude to me, and I actually hate their presence. I just need to win their respect professionally. I Need to know what are my options to have the career development whilst using the option to stay silent.