I'm male and in my ninth week at a new job in a warehouse and within the first week my female boss and i started talking about how we both use to work at the same company at different times and how working at this new company was a refreshing and relaxed change and while we were talking, she... Read more »
You should first inform your supervisor that her behavior makes you uncomfortable and ask that she stop. If her behavior does not change, you should immediately follow your employer's policies regarding reporting sexual harassment. If your employer does not have a policy in place, then report...Read more »
You have to file a petition for dissolution of marriage and have it served on him by certified mail restricted delivery, sheriff or special bailiff. Once that is done, you will have full access to the court.
I am an assistant manager and have had ethics called on me because of a text message taken out of context and the sharing of a meme that someone found inappropriate. The accuser has turned in all proof that they have but the supervisor in charge of investigating the case is on vacation. I have not... Read more »
Lawyers are very intelligent and highly trained professionals--but we are not soothsayers; nor do we do crystal balls. Therefore, I am constrained by a fundamental law of the universe and unable to opine on your current dilemma. All I can do is advise you never to lie to any employer about...Read more »
a coworker (female) and myself (male) went to hr about another coworker (male) for making sexual comments and asked us questions as well. after hr started an investigation the confidentality was leaked to other employees. hr said they solved both cases and until recently i found out that it was... Read more »
Hello. I met a woman at a coffee shop, and found her on facebook. I remembered her name. I asked, very politely, if she would be willing to talk more. I also found her e-mail from facebook, and sent her an e-mail as a lot of people don't check their facebook messages. I intentionally worded it... Read more »
Of course. If I write "I am going to kill you," or "I am going to kill John Doe," this equates to terroristic threatening. Terroristic threatening can be delivered by anyone not the utterer. Another words someone else can read it and relay the message. It does not dilute the...Read more »
She was also injured. No females were around her.. I was informed that one female and one male are supposed to approach a woman who they think is shoplifting, is this true? Also, do loss prevention people have to have badges when approaching someone?
The answer is more complicated than you may think. The key question is whether loss prevention had probable cause to believe that a person has shoplifted. They may then detain that person in reasonable manner for a reasonable amount of time to make a reasonable investigation. See Kentucky Revised...Read more »
You can simply report the matter directly to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). The EEOC is a federal agency charged with enforcing the federal law prohibiting sexual harassment. There may also be a state law and a state agency enforcing that law in Kentucky. If you don't...Read more »
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