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By Anonymous / Monday 23 December 2013 00:58 / United States
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Unfortunately this is the thought of some guys: "Hot chick made eye contact, I guess we're dating now..."

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I think she's trying to say the young girl received the promotion because the boss thinks she's attractive, and may possibly have sexual intent. Still a really big jump, as there could be a million other possibilities. That's also not valid 'sexual harassment'.

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#48, Have you thought about the possibilities of the boss actually being a woman? The girl getting the promotion doesn't mean it has to be due to sexual harassment or anything in that area.

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"I got a higher position and a raise for doing nothing! you're sexually harassing me!" yup. That would fly like a lead balloon.. ..

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I don't know why you're getting so many down votes, the first thing I thought of is someone higher up likes the 16 year old.

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I'm not trying to imply that correlation equals causation, but I worked at a movie theater for over 8 years with no promotion, monetary or positional, and I saw managers come and go as the years passed. Roughly 90% of the females that were promoted to manager positions were intentionally given the promotion within 4 months because the general manager had deliberate romantic intentions. How do I know this for a fact, you may ask? He was brought into corporate light about his personal relations

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It sucks that if a women gets a promotion, deserved or otherwise, people jump to the conclusion they slept with someone to get it. Especially if they're promoted over a man. Almost never assumed when males are promoted unless there's evidence.

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That isn't even right. I'm going to go out on a limb here and say that your manager just might be a male. Though if they are, he doesn't make the rest of us look very good.

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Is nobody considering that maybe the job in question is dead end and the company thinks they can trap and mold a 16-year-old druggie, whereas the college grad would have better opportunities?

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No I'm thinking the boss molded the 16 year old over his couch a few times and that's why she got the promotion. Nothing company oriented about this.

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Its quite possible, but theres no way we can tell. Employers sometimes like employees who havent had any prior experience, as they can teach them "their way".

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Without some info from OP we won't find out. If it is a dead end job, then its probably for the best that they gave it to the 16 year old. With OP's degree, OP can do much better.

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#62, OP is going to college for FOOD SERVICE MANAGEMENT. I think he plans on moving up in the company rather than leaving.

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