Male coworkers harrassing female staff... - page 5

Hi ya'll! I have a problem... My male coworkers are like a pack of wolves. One member of the pack was recently fired due to his terrible attitude. OK. So that's one down and two to go! I have... Read More

  1. by   tntrn
    No one has mentioned this, but if your hospital has a union, you should be able to get legal representation through them. At the very least, contact your union rep to see what options are available. Put those dues to work for you in a different way. Don't delay, don't send the letter, don't involve your husband in the complaint. Be direct; be strong; be safe.
  2. by   fiestynurse
    Your letter should not be directed at your co-worker. It should be directed to management and should not involve your husband, since he has nothing to do with this. What is your husband going to do if it doesn't stop?Management has a legal duty to investigate any complaints of sexual harassment. It is their job to deal with your co-worker, not yours. You could be putting yourself in danger, since sexual harrassment tends to progress. It already involves touching. It is not about sex, but about control and power. I think it is a good idea to put your complaints in writing (wouldn't hurt to have legal advise on this) You should work your way up the management chain and contact human resources. This guy should be terminated.
  3. by   Token Male
    I'm only reading page 1 at the moment and I can only say " Have them arrested NOW for assault."
    You tell some one once it becomes harrassment, then harrassment becomes assault; may not be legal but makes sense to me.
  4. by   Jailhouse RN
    Have him arrested, yourself. Your husband doesn't work there and has no involvement with work related issues. If this was outside of work and you were my wife, this guy would no longer have "hands." Assault and battery are crimes punishable by jail time.