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Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Dealing with Sexual Harassment

Usually, I like to keep things light around here and make this an amusing (and informative) stop during your work day. But recently I was e-mailed a very serious question, and I feel that it's my responsibility to address it with the solemnity it deserves.

You would think in today's society - with all the information and legislation there is out there - that sexual harassment would be a thing of the past. Well, unfortunately for some people, it's come back into style in their workplaces.

A woman we'll call "Miranda" reached out to me for advice because she is being sexually harassed in her office. A co-worker has been continually stepping over the line with off-color jokes, comments and even gestures of a sexual nature. Miranda explains that he does it in such a way that it's never really overt or obvious, and no one else in the office seems to mind. But it bothers her; it makes her feel uncomfortable, and she worries that if she reports it, she'll be the one cast in a poor light.

To Miranda and all of the other people out there who are in similar situations, the first thing I want to tell you is...

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