Today, I went to my company's HR manager to ask what the procedure was to file a sexual harassment complaint since my boss exposed himself to me. His response was that the procedure is to "get over it." And he went back to reading. FML

by dyingtinkerbell / 10/18/2009 at 7:14am / Australia (Queensland) / Intimacy

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  • I don't know anything about Australian law, but I suspect it's illegal for him to ignore your concerns like that. Talk to a lawyer--at very least, the company should transfer you to another department so you don't have to work with your current boss, if not fire him.

    #7 - On 10/18/2009 at 10:37am by letitbe56

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  • The heart of the issue is that she was shown something that she didn't want to see in the first place. Sexual Harassment isn't a "suck it up and get over it." Once you see something like that u can't unsee it. Seek legal help and charges filed against him. Apologize for that having to happen.

    #18 - On 10/18/2009 at 11:25am by xtremelifter

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