“[He] wonders how the f**k work can be so f**king useless and mess up my pay again. C**ts are going down tomorrow.”
Myth One: Someone has to be offended for harassment or misconduct to have occurred.
- Things that might be offensive to some people eg. calling them a rude nickname or touching on the arm.
- These only becomes harassment if a person has been asked not to do it, and the behaviour continues.
2. The things that are considered heinous by community standards eg. nudity, violent images, threatening a person, touching them on the bottom or genitals.
- These are automatically considered harassment and if the employer becomes aware of them, should lead to disciplinary action (since an employer has an obligation under OHS law to ensure the workplace is free of these behaviours).