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By Anonymous - / Wednesday 24 November 2010 19:34 / United States
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Well, that's a new one. I'm not sure exactly how sexual harassment laws work in the US, but I'm sure you could've got something to at least make him behave... Unless he was just joking and completely misjudged the professional level he should have been using.

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"I'm going to rape your ass, and then I'm going to sue your company." I wouldn't say those are two extremes; people sue for stupid shit all the time. This is just another thing a dumb fuck would say.

Well, that's a new one. I'm not sure exactly how sexual harassment laws work in the US, but I'm sure you could've got something to at least make him behave... Unless he was just joking and completely misjudged the professional level he should have been using.

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Yeah if a client or subcontractor makes comments like that, it is sexual harassment. If it was the first time anyone from your office went there or the first time the guy made comments like that, you probably can't do much of anything except tell your boss that you don't want to see this client again. But if it's happened before, you can sue your company as they should be providing a "safe" working environment where you aren't repeatedly threatened to be raped. wtf. who does that in a business setting?? There are clients at my job that women won't talk to because they are assholes, but nothing quite like that.

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