SEXUALLY HARASSED PEOPLE RISK THEIR CAREERS ??

SEXUALLY HARASSED PEOPLE RISK THEIR CAREERS ??

Sometimes at work you are asked to do things you don't really want to do, but you do them because hey, it's all part of your job, right?

  Well, no.  For some Australian trainee doctors, they found that the teacher told them that if someone asked them for sex, they should say yes instead of saying no, because it is said that they could not pose a huge risk to their career.  .

  Confessing in an interview

  The surgeon in question was interviewing when the conversation was addressed to a woman who is struggling to find a job after she managed to expose a superior in court for over seven years.  She took him to court because he sexually assaulted her and no longer felt comfortable working with him.

  However, it seems that the victory meant nothing, because since then he has not found a job.  As she said in the interview, “she was never appointed to a public position in a hospital in Australia.  Her career was ruined by this guy who asked her to have sex.  "

  It seems extremely unfair that this happened to this woman, because she was not satisfied with being treated like a piece of meat.

  Respect sexual demands

  The interview took an interesting turn when he gave an honest opinion about what the woman should have done: "Realistic," she said on the radio show, "it would have been much better to have given her a great job.  ".

  He got worse as he went on to say that "he tells [trainees] that if you're approached for sex, the safest thing to do in your career is to comply."

  So now doctors are encouraged to have sex to not necessarily help them continue their careers, but to stop their careers from being destroyed?

  Explaining his reasoning

  Do you think this is the worst thing you can get?  You would be wrong, because he decided to further explain why you should sleep with senior staff members who ask about it.

  "The worst thing you can do is complain to the supervisory body, because… you can be sure that you will never be called to a major public hospital."

 Sexy Nurse It seems awful to be told that you should sleep with people to keep your job, and She goes on to explain why she encourages trainees to take this action.  "I do not accept any form of sexual harassment, but unfortunately ... women do not receive support if they make a complaint."

  Good intentions?

  Honestly, given her explanation, she seems to have a good reason to encourage students to do so, but the truth is that we should not encourage them to sleep with anyone who just asks to protect their career.  They should feel safe in their work environment and, if that happens, they should be able to go to the authorities needed to resolve the issue.

  I have a friend who had to deal with sexual harassment at work and although it was a long slogan, he was determined and they feel much safer at work.  Surely all jobs can start to treat staff better?

  What do you think of her words?  Does she make a remark that shouldn't be allowed or should we take a closer look at the real issue here and not at what she said?

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