Some other things to keep in mind are:
The “you guys” term has become a catchall phrase when addressing men and women today. It is a phrase that is unprofessional and should be avoided in professional settings. Monitor yourself and see if, and how often you use it. Instead of using “you guys” consider just using you. For example, “how can I help you ladies?”
The term “young lady” when addressing a woman also can be annoying and perceived as patronizing. Be careful to consider a woman's age and position before addressing her in this way.
The use of “honey” or “sweetie” also is very unprofessional. Avoid using these words at all. They are demeaning and again, patronizing.
Match the terminology in the workplace. References to the genders should be “men” and “women” or “ladies” and “gentlemen.”
Do be cautious before calling out someone on the use of a phrase or word. Becoming too militant about some things can get a person labeled as difficult or hypersensitive. Most of the time I would guess people are unaware. People don't know what they don't know. Consider having HR address and educate coworkers on these commonly misused words and phrases.