Q: My coworker who drinks on the job strangel me with his hands
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Thank you for sharing.
Hope you reported it to the police and your employer
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A: You have several options available. First, there's do absolutely nothing. This may smooth over your relationship with your co-worker, but it certainly gets you nowhere if it happens again. And it happening again is the concern. Second, report it to your employer. Tell them what happened, tell them how you feel (scared, anxious, worried), and tell them how you would like it dealt with (with the understanding that they may not follow your wishes). Don't lie about it and don't down-play your role in the incident. Finally, report it to the police. It's an assault and possibly depending on your jurisdiction a hate crime. My advice is to report it to both your employer and police, if for no other reason to make sure that there is a record of this. You have no idea what will happen in the future. Your employer must always maintain a safe and secure work environment.
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