4. It also means for a workplace, or corporation to deal with, take care of, and help those people that they have caused hurt, damage, and/or injury to.
5. It can also refer to respecting someone enough to go talk to them, apologize, do what's right when it is the right time to do so.
4. The opposite would be the company fighting you in court with expensive, fancy lawyers who's sole responsibility
is to twist situations/blame and/or to lie for and protect
the company or organization that harmed the person(s) sitting at the other side of the table, hurt for the rest of their life. When someone does this all for money; it's NOT manning up
- it's the farthest thing from it. It's all about doing the right thing... and this is not it.
5. The boss had no idea who had dinged up
the car door. But she went to her boss and told her boss that it was she that accidentally dinged up the new Porsche. She is admirable for (man up) her responsibility, and she gained a lot of credibility
with her boss too. She asked for forgiveness, and all is fine & well now between them. I think it may have started a new friendship between them, just because she owned up
(man up) to it.