Question: “We have an individual who whistles almost nonstop at an ear piercing level. I have asked him politely not to whistle so loud. He refuses saying he has a right. I finally askedto do something but they refuse. Now when he wants to get under my skin he will start whistling loudly. The tension in our shop is unbearable and others have complained. Is there some workplace standard addressing whistling? I can’t imagine any of my supervisors allowing someone to whistle at will in their office, but because I am in a carpenter shop on an airbase they don’t feel we deserve the same standards.” — David Sota
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