Forms Of Sexual Harassment In The Workplace
Q: The context of what he wrote was very clear. It was that these women
were aware that a man looking at their tits could get in deep trouble,
and he further stated that they effectively exposed themselves right
into his line of sight at his desk, in order to possibly create grounds
for a " complaint ", thereby subverting the harassment process to
cause trouble for someone whom they set up.
what do you do if the ajudicator isn't as fair
as your dad ? Do you see that rules with such large consequences for
petty actions, and that are overseen by peoples of widely ranging amounts
of reasonableness, can do a lot of harm to men caught in their web ?
A: Read your own words below, where you say " Obviously the women in his workplace have a real problem with him personally, or he has a complex. " So, in that statement, either the women have a complaint with him ( and, nowhere do you allow for said compliant to be unjust and unwarrated ) or he's a nut case Nope. He stated that women who exposed themselves to him were promoted. YOU *ass*umed enough to ask him if HE did the promoting. The implication ( I really hate when women " imply " things. Its most dishonest to debate in that way. If you have something to say, then *say* it ) was that there was a connection between what he stated had happened, and what you *ass*umed had happened, namely his making the promotion, when there was NO evidence that he had the authority to do that. I asked my father if he has similar sexual harassment laws at his company, and he said yes. So I e-mailed Zohrabs article and asked him how he would deal with that kind of thing. His reply was that he would take into account what the women was wearing before taking the allegations seriously, for example if she was wearing something that made it impossible to avoid seeing something, he would more likely tell her to cover up if she doesn't want anyone looking.