Post # 31
I’ve checked – he is a permanent employee here. He was also a permanent employee of our previous shared workplace.
I’m the one putting my ass on the line as a 3rd party contractor. But I have an excellent relationship with my employers and they will go in to bat for me if need be. But tbh I don’t see how this can bite me. If their investigation comes up empty, we just move on. I just made a call as a service to them and she was genuinely grateful I raised it with her.
Post # 32
you don’t have to deal with the same legal challenges that we may face here. Some States are ‘at will’ employment and people still sue for wrongful termination all the time. I spent my share of time going to court. I worked in several European countries too and each were so different. You need to do the right thing for you and your situation though and it sounds like you did.
Post # 33
I think you did wonderfully.
Post # 34
Yet another incident has just cropped up with another ex-colleague as well. Coming in thick and fast now.
Scumbag. I’m feeling much more content knowing I’ve done my bit to get this predator the eff out of the workplace. I wonder how many other women there are..
Post # 35
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Thanks for the update. Glad to hear you did the right thing even though it was hard.
Post # 36
Thank you for going to HR and putting your job on the line! Is there any update?