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23 Jul 2008
My hubby & I have been tog for 23 years & have an amazing marriage. At hubby' s work there is a woman who only goes after married men. She is very disliked by all the staff. She swears and treats them badly. Won' t even greet people below her & gets people fired by lying about them. The whole of last year she tried to get my hubby. She threw herself at him & even offered to be his sex buddy. He told me everything as it unfolded & said " no thanks" to her. They are both on the same job level. Now she is making his life hell. The Director doesn' t seem to care. All the staff want her to leave, how can we get her to go??
SOmeone with proper experience of workplace law could advise here. Maybe the CCMA or Dept of Labour would recognize the company / Director's toleration of her misconduct as an unfair labour practice ?
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