Marie's Answer: Let’s be clear about one thing — your boss may have dropped the sexual comments, but he’s still harassing you. The president’s response to your initial complaint was both appalling and legally insufficient. This time, someone needs to intervene. You need to take the following action:
• If your company has a human resources department, you should go there immediately. Any qualified HR manager will know how to handle this situation.
• If the company does not have an HR department, tell the president that your boss’s illegal conduct has continued. Describe his obsessive behavior and insist that the president take action to stop it.
• If help is not forthcoming, then consider taking legal action. An EEOC representative or employment attorney can explain how that process works. If you do file a charge, the law protects you from retaliation.
• The ultimate solution is to look for a new employer. Just avoid mentioning these difficulties during your job search, because legal issues make interviewers uneasy.
Finally, be mindful of your safety, because this guy is getting a little creepy. Given his history of turning up at your house, you could find yourself dealing with a stalker.
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