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I expect what he might he saying is "I shouldn't be texting female staff on weekends with my wife here as it might be hard for me to explain to her".
However, you'd be right to say that you both would "have things" over the other.
You with his unwanted advances of a sexual nature and him over you with his suggestion of doing cocaine.
I very much expect that you will both put it down to "experience" and nothing more will be said about it.
Otherwise, legally, it has all the potential to become legally messy, with your sexual harassment claim and his discipliniary hearing against you for suggesting illegal drug use.
Yes, exactly, and you were all drunk and sometimes stipud things are done/said at Christmas events. Yes, the law all still applies etc., but context is all important too.
My feeling is that you're probably worrying unnecessarily.
But if not, you have a potential sexual harassment claim there if anything were to go wrong, and potentially, and unfair dismissal one too if you were sacked. For the reasons I've mentioned though, I think that's unlikely, and you'll both sit down and agree to forget everything!
No, I don't. I hardly think that would be a reasonable response for somebody that has worked there with an unblemised record for more than 2 years!
Legally, no warnings are necessary if you've been there for less than 2 years. However, because of the potential sexual harassment element, dismissing you for no other reason would be a very silly thing for him/the employer, to do.
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