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  1. Hi there, I am doing a project on workplace harassment in school and could really use some input. Background information: Jane is an employee at a hotel. A server in a lounge. She wrote the following letter because she is not sure what to do in regards to a specific incident. Dear HR Manager: I have not been at the hotel long enough to feel comfortable to approach management. My complaint is as follows: There is a supervisor, John, who has been asking me out for a date ever since I first started at the hotel. I clearly informed him that I was not interested in dating anyone from work. At first, he continued to ask me out, but I reminded him I would not date fellow employees. At the company xmas party I danced with lots of fellow employees including John. The day after the staff function, John asked me out again and told me by dancing with him I led him to believe I had change my opinion about dating fellow employees. I apologized to him and informed him that it was only 1 dance at a staff function and I did not mean to give him the wrong impression. He immediately stated that I was refuting him because of his ancestry. AT this point his actions went outside of work and he started to follow me home. John continuously called me at all hours of the day and night. John then gave me few hours and poorer shifts. John then stated that he was looking forward to the end of my probation so he could conduct an appraisal in my performance. I am frightened because of his actions an need some help as soon as possible, as I am lost. Sincerely, Jane 1) Identification of the issue(s): I know the first time he asked her out, was fine. After he continuously asked her, though she said no, that would be an issue. At the dance, her dancing with him, then him asking her out the next day, would be another issue, as it is repetitive once more. When he states that she refuted him because of his ancestry…I assume that is not an issue. As well, when his actions went outside work, and were not related to a work function, is that an issue? And with the fewer hours and shifts, I assume its an issue, but not sure. And his statement that he was looking forward to the end of probation, etc….I know I am only allowed to look at the facts, and not read between the lines, so I am to assume that this is not an issue then??? Thank you for your help!!!!!!!! Can I also be reached at [email protected]
  2. Hi there, I am doing a project on workplace harassment in school and could really use some input. Background information: Jane is an employee at a hotel. A server in a lounge. She wrote the following letter because she is not sure what to do in regards to a specific incident. Dear HR Manager: I have not been at the hotel long enough to feel comfortable to approach management. My complaint is as follows: There is a supervisor, John, who has been asking me out for a date ever since I first started at the hotel. I clearly informed him that I was not interested in dating anyone from work. At first, he continued to ask me out, but I reminded him I would not date fellow employees. At the company xmas party I danced with lots of fellow employees including John. The day after the staff function, John asked me out again and told me by dancing with him I led him to believe I had change my opinion about dating fellow employees. I apologized to him and informed him that it was only 1 dance at a staff function and I did not mean to give him the wrong impression. He immediately stated that I was refuting him because of his ancestry. AT this point his actions went outside of work and he started to follow me home. John continuously called me at all hours of the day and night. John then gave me few hours and poorer shifts. John then stated that he was looking forward to the end of my probation so he could conduct an appraisal in my performance. I am frightened because of his actions an need some help as soon as possible, as I am lost. Sincerely, Jane 1) Identification of the issue(s): I know the first time he asked her out, was fine. After he continuously asked her, though she said no, that would be an issue. At the dance, her dancing with him, then him asking her out the next day, would be another issue, as it is repetitive once more. When he states that she refuted him because of his ancestry…I assume that is not an issue. As well, when his actions went outside work, and were not related to a work function, is that an issue? And with the fewer hours and shifts, I assume its an issue, but not sure. And his statement that he was looking forward to the end of probation, etc….I know I am only allowed to look at the facts, and not read between the lines, so I am to assume that this is not an issue then??? Thank you for your help!!!!!!!! can also be reached at [email protected]
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