is this sexual harassment

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GCG (January 20, 2011, 14:09:39 PM):
is dressing revealingly, by either gender, but in this case, sexual harassment, or harassment in general?
we have this woman in the office, over 50, has some work done on the boobies and face, blond as the bottle can get. she lets it hang out. she doesnt wear belts with her pants, or panties for that matter. wears tops that gape so that you can her bra, or have her boobs up your face. and when she bends over, all you see is ass-crack, and you can see down her top to her navel. yesterday, she wore a silk top, so transparent, you didnt need imagination to see much.
and she is the financial manager for god's sake.
everyone is gatvol at looking at her ass, tits and underwear.
does this constitute as harassment? what should a person do?


that is her ass, incase you couldnt formulate a mental image.
Faerie (January 20, 2011, 15:07:09 PM):
Nah, just sounds slutty to me. Has anybody ever mentioned to her that she requires a wardrope makeover to compliment her body makeover?

Get a senior (read older) - (preferably male) colleague to take her aside and attempt to gently explain to her that she looks like the high school floozy instead of the blonde bombshell she imagines herself to be.

Growing old aint for sissies.

Brian (January 20, 2011, 15:32:58 PM):
shame she's going through men-who-pause and wants to have a major fling....but yes I think Faerie is right on the money.
GCG (January 20, 2011, 17:19:22 PM):
but i mean, surely, one doesnt have to be exposed to this kind of behaviour, especially where we work.
Wandapec (January 20, 2011, 20:28:21 PM):
All the other women in the office should dress like her for a couple of days. Someone will soon take notice and suggest a dress code that's more appropriate.....

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