Today I hired a professional moving company two man and a van flexible movers they're called. Firstly they were 40 min late . Secondly one of the movers sexually accosted me in my bedroom (I'm not sure that's the right word) he was a bit touchy feely- I said excuse me do you mind? Then he said something that I didn't understand but I thought he was saying his English was bad go slowly - I was very stressed and on the second entrance into my bedroom he made several advances and sexual comments and tried to kiss me and managed to touch my breasts. I told him to back off but he was a bit aggressive and asked why.'' I don't make sex'' with him I told him he was being totally inappropriate and this was a business transaction - I ordered him out of the room. And told the other mover who fired him on the spot. The other mover was very apologetic and said that when there's two men on a job they usually bring a ''friend'' not a professiona vetted by the company. I do not think this is good etiquette for a business I got on with the job and paid them but was left very shaken. Firstly how do I approach the company about this situation and secondly if this man is doing this in a professional transaction I dread to think what he would do on the streets and I also dread to think what would happen if I was completely alone with him. Please advise, I don't want this happening to other women and I think action. Should be taken on how the company operates . I'm furious, and I want my money back, compensation would be ideal but mainly that this guy is found and reported. Please advise. Kind Regards ***** ***** XXXXXXXX
Hello my name is ***** ***** I am happy to help you today. What a dreadful thing to happen, was the man who fired him the boss?
But as I'm saying - he wasn't an employee - he was working this one job. The company don't seem to vett or train or care about customer service. They didn't provide me with a professional ettiquette which is outrageous to me.
She had asked a question I thought I had to rate the question to get onto the next stage. Your response was fair but I wouldn't mind following up with your collegue Tara Till if that's ok
Thanks for your advice Jo