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Sexual Harassment at Work

By: Jeff Durham - Updated: 1 Dec 2016 | comments*Discuss
 
What Constitutes Sexual Harassment At

The law makes it clear that sexual harassment is definitely not acceptable. Whilst there is no strict definition as to what constitutes sexual harassment, the Sex Discrimination Act gives you the legal right not to be sexually harassed at work and it is also unlawful to treat women (or men) less favourably because of their sex.

What Constitutes Sexual Harassment?

Sexual harassment constitutes any unwelcome behaviour of a sexual nature. It's not about fun or friendship but about the abuse of power. It is also worth bearing in mind that many people respond to situations in different ways. What may seem like an innocent action or remark to one person may be deemed offensive by another and the law sides with the 'victim' not the 'perpetrator'. Since there is no single definition, the test is how the recipient feels about the behaviour. Whilst men can also be subject to sexual harassment, the vast majority of cases have been by women against men. It is estimated that 50% of women in employment are, or have been, subject to sexual harassment of some form or other. It doesn't just happen to women who work in large offices or those who work within a predominantly male working environment; it can happen to people in any occupation, to any age group and from every community.

It can take place in many forms which can broadly be categorised in 3 groups:

Verbal

  • Comments about appearance, body or clothes
  • Indecent remarks
  • Questions or comments about your sex life
  • Requests for sexual favours
  • Sexual demands made by someone of the opposite sex, or even your own sex
  • Promises or threats concerning a person's employment conditions in return for sexual favours

Non-Verbal
  • Looking or staring at a person's body
  • Display of sexually explicit material such as calendars, pin ups or magazines

Physical
  • Physically touching, pinching, hugging, caressing, kissing
  • Sexual assault
  • Rape

What Can I do About Sexual Harassment?

In the first instance, you should try to confront the harasser. It may be that their perception of harassment is not the same as yours and they didn't realise you found their behaviour offensive. When you confront them you should:
  • Speak clearly and slowly, maintaining direct eye contact
  • Describe the behaviour, its effects on you and that you want it to stop
  • Ignore any attempts to trivialise or dismiss what you have to say
  • Don't smile or apologise. This will undermine your complaint
  • When you have finished what you want to say, walk away - the less you say, the more powerful you will be

However, you do need to speak up straight away. It may be that you choose a confidante, a colleague or union representative to give you moral support. They could also act as a witness to any incidents of improper behaviour.

If you feel you can't confront the harasser face to face, you might prefer to write to them to explain that their behaviour is making you feel uncomfortable and that you want it to stop. Keep a copy of the letter and let them know that if their behaviour persists, you will take the matter further.

Keep a Diary

Note down all the behaviour that offends you, the dates, times and location where the behaviour took place and if there were any other people present, keep a record of their names. This will help you if you need to make an official complaint.

What if it Continues?

Once you've confronted the perpetrator, if the behaviour continues you need to tell your employer. Many employers have a procedure - follow it. Your employer should investigate your complaint and deal with it. You have the right to take someone with you to any meetings about your complaint. They can back you up if necessary. Once again, keep a written record of everything that happens.

When and Why Should I Take my Case to a Tribunal?

Employment Tribunals are external committees who assess whether employers have acted unlawfully and seek to resolve the problem. You should go to a tribunal if:
  • The harassment continues after you've told the perpetrator to stop and you've reported it to your employer
  • The harasser owns the company and there's no-one else to complain to
  • If you are not happy with the way the investigation was handled and/or you are not satisfied with the outcome

You MUST File Your Complaint Within 3 Months of The Incident Taking Place.

The Employment Tribunals Commission and your local Citizen's Advice Bureau can offer you excellent guidance and advice about this type of complaint.

Sexual harassment at work threatens your confidence and self-esteem. It can stop you working effectively, undermines your dignity and it can affect your health and happiness.

Nobody should be subjected to it. Fortunately, a variety of laws exist to protect you.

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Aman - 1-Dec-16 @ 11:58 AM
Stripe - Your Question:
What do I do if an older male colleuge repeatedly rings me saying he loves me etc keeps wanting me to work with him and making untruth comments such as claiming we exchanged kisses

Our Response:
Report it to your employer assexual harassment.
SafeWorkers - 16-Nov-16 @ 2:15 PM
What do I do if an older male colleuge repeatedly rings me saying he loves me etc keeps wanting me to work with him and making untruth comments such as claiming we exchanged kisses
Stripe - 16-Nov-16 @ 1:36 AM
Kd - Your Question:
I work filed a complaint against a male colleague who is senior to be for sexual harassment earlier this year. The harassment was in appropriate touching when he was explaining things and verbal, sadly I never confronted him as I froze. He is well known for doing this over many years and staff have moved, although they complained verbally, I am the only one who put it in writing. He was suspended and after many months he was found at fault(guilty) and he admitted he was wrong to some, but because "management failed to support him and his wrong doings" they had to allow him back on a 2yr warning. I am off sick and I want to be able to go back to the job I love, I have mental health issues and this has made them worse, he has had support and I feel I haven't. I want to go back and hold my head up and no feel uncomfortable, it's a close group, art some point we will have to work together, but how to I face him and I feel comfortable at the same time. I do not want to leave as I feel he has then one.

Our Response:
Please speak to your HR department about this. It's their job to be helping you, as the victim, to continue with your job.
SafeWorkers - 9-Nov-16 @ 10:39 AM
I work filed a complaint against a male colleague who is senior to be for sexual harassment earlier this year. The harassment was in appropriate touching when he was explaining things and verbal, sadly I never confronted him as I froze. He is well known for doing this over many years and staff have moved, although they complained verbally, I am the only one who put it in writing. He was suspended and after many months he was found at fault(guilty) and he admitted he was wrong to some, but because "management failed to support him and his wrong doings" they had to allow him back on a 2yr warning. I am off sick and I want to be able to go back to the job I love, I have mental health issues and this has made them worse, he has had support and I feel I haven't. I want to go back and hold my head up and no feel uncomfortable, it's a close group, art some point we will have to work together, but how to I face him and I feel comfortable at the same time. I do not want to leave as I feel he has then one.
Kd - 8-Nov-16 @ 8:27 AM
L - Your Question:
Hello I have delt with sexual harassment at my work place for roughly 2 years now by sexual harassment I mean dirty jokes, disgusting things said and also physically being touched. I have told my manager he blamed this on 'cultural difference' I have now written him a letter with incidences that have happened and while I was writing the letter I wrote down dates during the week of how people were touching me and their comments. I have not heard anything back and I'm not happy with how unhelpful they have been. I'm still quite young and have no idea how I need to approach this can you help me?

Our Response:
Can you speak to a more senior manager about this? If you can, do so as soon as possible as there is a 3 month time limit. If there is no senior manager/your employer, that you can contact, you should contact ACAS about taking it to a tribunal.
SafeWorkers - 1-Nov-16 @ 2:10 PM
Hello I have delt with sexual harassment at my work place for roughly 2 years now by sexual harassment I mean dirty jokes, disgusting things said and also physically being touched. I have told my manager he blamed this on 'cultural difference' I have now written him a letter with incidences that have happened and while I was writing the letter I wrote down dates during the week of how people were touching me and their comments. I have not heard anything back and I'm not happy with how unhelpful they have been. I'm still quite young and have no idea how I need to approach this can you help me?
L - 31-Oct-16 @ 12:23 PM
Hi I'm female worker. At my work place my employer disturb me. He try to touch me he try to kiss me 2 times. I told him That his is my father ages. I can't quit work before I find another work. But he is abused with me. I don't know what should I do. Please help me. I can't say to anyone. I've try to tell my partner but he told me probably i don't understand my employer. O can't tell him all the things became Iam shame. Please help me
No name - 29-Oct-16 @ 11:48 PM
My organization come to do a Fact-finding investigation after Complaint against possible sexual harassment was made against me by my secretary. I ask a memory stick from my secretary and she alleged that after she give it to me I made the remark that I will put the stick in her hole. Her witness she called to testify for her who was present at the time sad I never made that remark. Yet my organization wants to proceed with a form investigation interviews. Can I lodge a formal criminal or civil charge against the complainant whiles the matter is still in process? When must you file your complaint of the incident taking place (within what time frame?) reason being that this happened 6 months ago.
Mac - 16-Oct-16 @ 9:50 PM
Bbking - Your Question:
I recently gave a female colleague a hug as I was feeling a bit low.she never at any point pushed away or declined it.shevin fact encouraged the hug.now ive been suspended pending further investigation on the accusation of innapropriate contact with a female in the workplace.what should I do and is it a sackable offence

Our Response:
You'll be given the chance to explain your side of the story. It might be worth seeking advice from your union rep if you have one - or you could try Citizen's Advice or ACAS if not.
SafeWorkers - 13-Oct-16 @ 1:53 PM
I recently gave a female colleague a hug as i was feeling a bit low.she never at any point pushed away or declined it.shevin fact encouraged the hug.now ive been suspended pending further investigation on the accusation ofinnapropriate contact with a female in the workplace.what should i do and is it a sackable offence
Bbking - 12-Oct-16 @ 4:02 PM
A female worker showed an interest to a male colleague & became friends outside to work too.The male worker often touched,hugged & even kissed the female worker with her consent, not sure if intercourse took place outside of work.Both r married. Now the female worker has made a complaint of sexual harassment against the male worker. Is this still classified as harassment?
Sonia - 8-Oct-16 @ 1:16 AM
I was talking to two girls over social media both girls engaged in sexual conversations with me but they found out I was talking to them both at the same time unaware of this I already decided to stop my conversations to both of them as I started to feel guilt over the conversations being inappropriate I apologised and deleted these girls from social media. I work with them both and have never said or done anything inappropriate in work after two weeks of not talking to them I'm not been suspended from work for harassment. I understand I shouldn't of talk to these girls about anything to do with sex but if they engaged in the conversation is it still harassment even when I stopped it and apologised for my action way before I knew about any complaints against me
Samsung - 2-Oct-16 @ 4:52 PM
Unknown - Your Question:
A member of staff has an interest in me that is not reciprocated. He started by forcing himself upon me when intoxicated. I pushed him off and told him to go home. He apologised for his behaviour on this occasion. After his apologies I assumed he knew where he stood and assumed we were friends. Then he asked me to have an affair with him, attempted to remove items of clothing, buying me gifts, texting and phoning me frequently. I have been politely declining his advances but I am now uncomfortable as the situation continues, despite me making him aware of how I feel. I do not have any faith in my HR team and union reps are unsavoury gossips. Im currently burying my head in the sand but don't know what to do because it needs to stop. Please help!

Our Response:
You must report this to your employer - the HR department should follow the correct procedure and if they don't you can legitimately complain about the action of the employer as well as this particular individual. You need to report sexual harassment within three months of the incident so act fast. Do you have a trusted colleague who help? If you want extra support/individual advice, then ACAS will be able to help. There's also more information in our FAQ
SafeWorkers - 29-Sep-16 @ 9:56 AM
A member of staff has an interest in me that is not reciprocated. He started by forcing himself upon me when intoxicated. I pushed him off and told him to go home. He apologised for his behaviour on this occasion. After his apologies I assumed he knew where he stood and assumed we were friends. Then he asked me to have an affair with him, attempted to remove items of clothing, buying me gifts, texting and phoning me frequently. I have been politely declining his advances but I am now uncomfortable as the situation continues, despite me making him aware of how I feel. I do not have any faith in my HR team and union reps are unsavoury gossips. Im currently burying my head in the sand but don't know what to do because it needs to stop. Please help!
Unknown - 28-Sep-16 @ 1:23 AM
Despair - Your Question:
Im femail working in it male dominated office. Has been assigned to young 26yo manager only just appointed. Ever since started the job there has been weird vibe from him towards me. Soulmate like feeling and seducive tone of voice then streching and showing his biceps as he is concious of his good looks. Watching my reaction and the feeling he is reading me like an open book as if he is implying I know you think im hot and im up for it if you are. Then giving me dirty looks on my bottom and watching me literally flash as how are you suppose to feel being a girl in all man surrounding you. I was clear from very start I am engaged and set strick professional tone. Advances never stopped. Now im off sick couldnt cope any more informed hr who want a meeting and investigate.what and how!???? How on earth am I suppose to prove his behaviour and that its unbearable for me?Please help do I need strong evidence and witnesses for something to change?Thank you your help would be appreciated.

Our Response:
Just make a list of all the reasons as to why you think you've been harassed and simply state your case. The article above should help you.
SafeWorkers - 21-Sep-16 @ 12:33 PM
Im femail working in it male dominated office. Has been assigned to young 26yo manager only just appointed. Ever since started the job there has been weird vibe from him towards me. Soulmate like feeling and seducive tone of voice then streching and showing his biceps as he is concious of his good looks. Watching my reaction and the feeling he is reading me like an open book as if he is implying i know you think im hot and im up for it if you are. Then giving me dirty looks on my bottom and watching me literally flash as how are you suppose to feel being a girl in all man surrounding you. I was clear from very start i am engaged and set strick professional tone. Advances never stopped. Now im off sick couldnt cope any more informed hr who want a meeting and investigate.....what and how!???? How on earth am i suppose to prove his behaviour and that its unbearable for me? Please help do I need strong evidence and witnesses for something to change? Thank you your help would be appreciated.
Despair - 19-Sep-16 @ 4:14 PM
Im femail working in it male dominated office. Has been assigned to young 26yo manager only just appointed. Ever since started the job there has been weird vibe from him towards me. Soulmate like feeling and seducive tone of voice then streching and showing his biceps as he is concious of his good looks. Watching my reaction and the feeling he is reading me like an open book as if he is implying i know you think im hot and im up for it if you are. Then giving me dirty looks on my bottom and watching me literally flash as how are you suppose to feel being a girl in all man surrounding you. I was clear from very start i am engaged and set strick professional tone. Advances never stopped. Now im off sick couldnt cope any more informed hr who want a meeting and investigate.....what and how!???? How on earth am i suppose to prove his behaviour and that its unbearable for me? Please help do I need strong evidence and witnesses for something to change? Thank you your help would be appreciated.
Despair - 16-Sep-16 @ 1:39 PM
Melis - Your Question:
I started working on 5/2016 in a company and after the first week the girls started questioning me about my breasts. I did admit to have had a breast augmentation and one of the girls touched my breast. I told her I was not like that. Well later she started saying comments to our patients like. "Do you want her to give you CPR mouth to mouth" to patients I told her I was not very happy about that. Well she then smaked my buttocks in front of patients and other staff I told her that was embarrassing and not to do that. The charge nurse was there and talked to her. A couple of weeks later she did it again and this time I told the other nurse that is the manager and she only gave her a written warning I'm really upset because I think that was a serious sexual harassment misconduct that should had to been addressed more harsh than just a written warning. I talk to the CEO of the company and nothing is being done. What can I do next?

Our Response:
If you're unhappy with the warning and have addressed this with senior management then your next step is an employment tribunal. You need to talk to ACAS before considering this. You can find the details on their website
SafeWorkers - 6-Sep-16 @ 1:52 PM
I started working on 5/2016 in a company and after the first week the girls started questioning me about my breasts. I did admit to have had a breast augmentation and one of the girls touched my breast. I told her I was not like that. Well later she started saying commentsto our patients like.... "Do you want her to give you CPR mouth to mouth" to patients I told her I was not very happy about that. Well she then smaked my buttocks in front of patients and other staff I told her that was embarrassing and not to do that. The charge nurse was there and talked to her. A couple of weeks later she did it again and this time I told the other nurse that is the manager and she only gave her a written warning I'm really upset because I think that was a serious sexual harassment misconduct that should had to been addressed more harsh than just a written warning. I talk to the CEO of the company and nothing is being done. What can I do next?
Melis - 5-Sep-16 @ 3:01 AM
I'm in the police. A female officer. I've been in for just over two years.There's a lot of banter on section, which can often include innuendos etc... That I don't mind, I'm no wallflower, and I guess it's kind of to be expected. However, my senior line manager, who is 2 ranks above me, can rarely say anything without it being sexually charged. I think he thinks he's hilarious, but I'm not finding him funny at all. I think, I'm pretty sure in fact, that he has a thing for me. He told me himself he 'would' if he could get away with it. (He's married. I have a partner). I felt really awkward when he said that to me. I was alone in his office. Recently I was stood at the photocopier - he was talking to two of my colleagues nearby, then turned to me and said 'M - I want to see you......Naked'. And then chuckled to himself. My two make colleagues looked horrified and I was mortified but didn't react. To be honest, I was so embarrassed that I was lost for words. Also, I recently fell and broke my finger/hurt my back. He texted me to ask what I'd done and I explained. He then replied : 'Have you tried an internal back support? Apparently it's quite beneficial.' My answer was 'What???' Pretending I didn't know what he was going on about and he replied : 'You've lived a sheltered life!!!!' I didn't say anything else. I then feel awkward when I have to see him at work. Although I imagine he thinks that because I am an outgoing person that I wouldn't have any issues with what he's saying, he would be surprised if I complained. I used to react to his comments and try to bat them back to him in defence, but I'm so tired of it now. The thing is, I know that if I said anything at work to someone more senior than him or to a Fed Rep (our union) then it would all get massively serious and it could even destroy his career/pension etc. He's two years off retiring. I'm moving stations soon anyway, but I do feel humiliated in front of colleagues and like none of this stuff should've happened. Especially when it's come from someone who's supposed to stand up for equality and fairness and the law!!!
Miz - 4-Sep-16 @ 3:02 AM
So I started working @this place when i was 17, and i have been dealing with sexual harassment but i have never spoken up about it or complained as i knew as soon as i did he would try to get me fired as he was fired for from his last job for sexual harassment. He has said sexual things asked about my sex life made comments about me and other works he has touched me inappropriately and has previously said that he would put down more hours for me at work if i gave him a massage. I haven't said anything because i had to help my dad with rent and i couldn't afford not to work i then moved out so it made me even more dependable on work. I have cried over this as i just didn't know how to deal with it. I recently just left my job and now my pay has been done wrong and he did it. Which is weird because my pay has always been right. Until i decided to leave. This has causedemotional stress to the point in where i have lost weight and if he wasn't working there i would still be there. My mum thinks i should sue but i dont have any idea how to even go about it
anon - 30-Aug-16 @ 6:54 PM
Hya, My question would be! Is that sexual harassment if I sent a picture to my female colleague when I was drunk and his BF seen it first hand, but we had a great and respectful relationship at work, never been uncomfortable for her or for me?
MrChef - 16-Aug-16 @ 10:40 AM
Is this sexual harrassment or am I just being over sensitive. A colleague at my work manages to turn every situation in our workplace into an opportunity to make sexual remarks and suggestions. For example today I had made a comment to another colleague today that my legs and knees were killing me and he overheard and straight away said who have you got over there and what are you doing with him that's making your legs and knees sore. That's only an example there is loads similar to that and he also keeps commenting that I am teasing him and I know that's not true because I go out my way to try and avoid him because he's upsetting me to the point I don't want to go to work. Yesterday when I went to sign out he grabbed me and started cuddling me and I had to pull away from him then tonight when I was signing out he said where's my cuddle tonight then. He doesn't do all this to anyone else and I'm not coping very well with it. Am I just getting over upset about nothing? Help please
Shell - 12-Aug-16 @ 10:03 PM
Claire - Your Question:
I have recently been promoted to a different department within my company. I am new ish to the role and have been finding generally the whole process a bit challenging. The company I work with have placed a buddy system for everyone so that if we need cover or help we can go to our buddy. My buddy has made me feel increasingly more uncomfortable. Asking to see my feet and grabbing my ankles when I walk up stairs and commenting on my appearance and body. The worst was when he was observing me working and my hair was tied up, he grabbed my hair and pulled my head back and started thrusting into the back of my chair. I felt embarrassed and scared so just sat and tried to keep working. He has been saying this is all a joke and he's being harmless but because he is in the same role as me but slightly senior and been in the company longer I feel scared to tell him how I feel. Do I have any options on someone to speak to? I'm scared to tell anyone in case he gets angry at me and causes more drama. I am also scared that if I tell someone nothing will be done about it. Just confused at the moment!

Our Response:
This kind of behaviour is not acceptable. Report it to your HR department or a senior manager.
SafeWorkers - 11-Aug-16 @ 2:22 PM
JV - Your Question:
As a man I have continuously been subjected to sexual harassment by women since school, I'm now in my mid 30s and it's still never discussed. I've recently left my job at a ftse 100 company due to my female manager making constant sexual advances towards not only myself but other members of the team.Suggestive comments, inappropriate touching, telling me it would be in my best interest if I wanted to progress my career.At a recent staff meal she slid her hotel key across the table towards me, when I declined she became very aggressive and stormed out. Once it became clear to her that I wasn't going to reciprocate she proceeded to make my working life hell.Reprimands for dreamt up reasons, poor performance reviews, constantly changing my working hours, being blamed for other people's mistakes.When I brought it to the attention of hr I was told not to make a fuss.Cant help think if it was in reverse I would have been prosecuted in 2 seconds.It seems it's acceptable for woman to asexually harass men.

Our Response:
Your HR dept is completely in the wrong here, they should treat accusations of sexual harrassments from all genders, seriously.
SafeWorkers - 11-Aug-16 @ 1:49 PM
I have recently been promoted to a different department within my company. I am new ish to the role and have been finding generally the whole process a bit challenging. The company I work with have placed a buddy system for everyone so that if we need cover or help we can go to our buddy. My buddy has made me feel increasingly more uncomfortable. Asking to see my feet and grabbing my ankles when I walk up stairs and commenting on my appearance and body. The worst was when he was observing me working and my hair was tied up, he grabbed my hair and pulled my head back and started thrusting into the back of my chair. I felt embarrassed and scared so just sat and tried to keep working. He has been saying this is all a joke and he's being harmless but because he is in the same role as me but slightly senior and been in the company longer I feel scared to tell him how I feel. Do I have any options on someone to speak to? I'm scared to tell anyone in case he gets angry at me and causes more drama. I am also scared that if I tell someone nothing will be done about it. Just confused at the moment!
Claire - 10-Aug-16 @ 9:47 AM
As a man I have continuously been subjected to sexual harassment by women since school, I'm now in my mid 30s and it's still never discussed. I've recently left my job at a ftse 100 company due tomy female manager making constant sexual advances towards not only myself but other members of the team. Suggestive comments, inappropriate touching, telling me it would be in my best interest if I wanted to progress my career. At a recent staff meal she slid her hotel key across the table towards me, when I declined she became very aggressive and stormed out. Once it became clear to her that I wasn't going to reciprocate she proceeded to make my working life hell. Reprimands for dreamt up reasons, poor performance reviews, constantly changing my working hours, being blamed for other people's mistakes. When I brought it to the attention of hr I was told not to make a fuss. Cant help think if it was in reverse I would have been prosecuted in 2 seconds. It seems it's acceptable for woman to asexually harass men.
JV - 10-Aug-16 @ 1:00 AM
I would like this to stay confidential and not like the employees to know but what happens is I got a job at amber windows in Walsall and the manager was new his name was Gareth and he seemed a nice guy I was 17 at the time this was a few months ago but he started to get friendly and wouldn't comment and say I looked sexy and comment like that he then found out about me Bering close friends with one of the male staff and said you two like each other we didn't we are both in happy relationships and he said I'll pay for you two to get a hotel room and allways for the few weeks of me being there would make me feel uncomfortable and not want to go to work as the reason I left I am afraid he did have my address so don't want him to know it is me making This complaint I have a few witnesses also but I also feel embassed he also brought his brother on who would flirt with my friend Charly (female) I'd like the company to be aware as I have now for no confidence and afraid to work
Paige - 25-Jul-16 @ 3:06 AM
Baal - Your Question:
One morning at work, I was talking to a male collegue, when a female worker "A" walked past us. I made a quiet amusing sexual comment to him about her figure. She did not hear it. I have had minimal interaction with female "A" at any time. Only things every being said were "good mornings", or "how are you today"Later that day, this male collegue gave a lift home to female worker "B", and then told female "B" what I had said about female "A".Female "B" was having a leaving party in a bar 3 days later, and mentioned what I had said about female "A" to Female "C".Female "C" approached the HR department the following day, telling them what I had said, and now my company are accusing me of sexual harrassment.I belived that sexual harrassment was when one person did or said something to another, directly.Not when someone says something in confience to a work collegue, only for it to pass via 2 other people, before an accusation is made?

Our Response:
We're really not sure on this one but we guess female A should be the one bringing the case if anyone? Our own summary is above in the article but Citizens' Advice summarizes sexual harassment as follows: Sexual harassment is where the unwanted behaviour is of a sexual nature. Sexual harassment is also unlawful under the Equality Act. This can include:
sexual comments or jokes
physical conduct, including unwelcome sexual advances, touching, sexual assault
displaying pictures, photos or drawings of a sexual nature
sending emails with a sexual content.
Try ACAS on 0300 123 1100
SafeWorkers - 21-Jul-16 @ 12:59 PM
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