What a women should do to avoid, ignore and prevent sexual harassment from a male co-worker in the office decorum?

Dec 21, 2019 22 Comments

Where Co-worker is more senior then the women and have authority to demote and give her charge Sheet if she not agreed as per his needs

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    • Booking.com ghbki
      There's a place for joke. That place is not where people seek help.
      Dec 21, 2019
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  • Oracle pzd
    Start documenting every interaction. You are going to need a paper trail.
    Dec 21, 2019 0
  • Microsoft Doppio
    Every company these days have a annonymous tip line. Gather the evidence and Lodge a complaint and send a copy to his SO as FYI. But HR is not there to protect you but the compnay from getting sued so be prepared to walk away from the project or get fiered.
    I never saw any sexual harrasment ever resulted in positively for the lady. Even in case of bill, Monica still struggling to get past the nasty incident happened to her.
    Dec 21, 2019 0
  • There's an age old advice that has worked for 99% of human generations. Dress modestly.

    Oh, I'm very aware it's him that's in the wrong, but question is, would you rather fight him with HR, and take whatever fallout that might happen from that, or just have him focus his primal attentions elsewhere and continue to advance along in your career here?

    If he's very blatant about it, you should just report the asshole and save all the other women some pain.
    Dec 21, 2019 2
    • Facebook e999
      How did “dress modestly” even come to your mind? What the actual...
      Dec 22, 2019
    • Facebook itsgoingon
      Who judges what “modestly” means? The men? Which men? Uptight Christian men? Orthodox Jewish men? Men in the poly/kink community? Who? This is completely ridiculous. This is one of the reasons burkas are worn in some Islamic countries. Men couldn’t control themselves so instead of taking responsibility for themselves, they place the blame on the women.

      I will ALWAYS be willing to fight against a man, with or without HR for their inappropriate and unwanted behavior. Fuck anyone who says I should dress in a way that doesn’t instigate someone’s “primal attentions”. Those people need to speak with a therapist so as to understand why they can’t function in a normal society where women are seen as people and equals.

      Fuck you.

      Yes, I’m triggered because you’re blaming the women for what men do and that’s completely fucked up.
      Dec 29, 2019
  • Facebook itsgoingon
    A) it’s not a person’s job to “avoid” sexual harassment. It’s everyone’s responsibility to Not sexually harass anyone

    B) Sexual harassment shouldn’t be ignored. Full stop. There is no place for it in work, in public, anywhere. Ever.

    C) Again, it’s not on the victim to change how they operate so as to avoid someone harassing them. This is ridiculous. No single person can know what triggers some jackass from sexually harassing them. Someone likes long hair - so cut it? Someone likes short hair - so grow it? Someone likes pants - wear shorts? Someone likes shorts - wear pant? Etc. what one person likes another doesn’t. It’s impossible to manage.

    Quit putting the responsibility on the vicitin and place it squarely on the perpetrator.

    It’s not that hard people. Treat everyone with respect.
    Dec 21, 2019 1
    • New WscU36
      Well taken, outght to be FB employee handbook
      Dec 21, 2019
  • Slack buuuuuurp
    100% document. Avoid being with this person alone. Report through the company’s anonymous hotline. If they don’t have one, report to HR. Don’t feel bad, do it immediately. Start looking for work elsewhere just in case. If they start to retaliate, contact a lawyer.
    Dec 21, 2019 0
  • Microsoft MP3
    Low effort troll
    Dec 21, 2019 0
  • I would wear a hidden camera/microphone and blackmail the coworker if it were me, to be quite honest.
    Dec 21, 2019 4
    • Oracle pzd
      You don't respond to someone breaking the law by breaking the law yourself
      Dec 21, 2019
    • Maybe you don’t, I would.

      Ask around how many women had favorable results by pursuing your strategy and taking a “paper trail” to HR. HR tries to minimize the potential damage to the company and time after time the victim comes out loser (terminated, blacklisted).

      This is the time to fight back against a bully.

      Or just live your life as a victim and post on anonymous forums about your strife.
      Dec 21, 2019
  • Hitachi Vantara GameOvrMan
    Document every single encounter with this person that is weird or make you feel uncomfortable.

    Put the date and time with each entry.

    Save this log in the cloud somewhere and not on your work issued laptop.

    Good luck 🍀 this is a bad situation but a log really will help you.
    Dec 21, 2019 0
  • Wayfair Vader1
    Video and Audio and nail HR with it through an attorney!
    Dec 29, 2019 0

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