Hello my name is ***** ***** I am happy to help you today. Is your employer threatening to take action against you as a result of this?
Have you asked them what they expect you to do to resolve it?
Well if this was an event that occurred 2 years ago there is absolutely no reason for your employer to expect you to do anything. It is inappropriate for your employer to abuse the fact that the CEO is friendly with the ex-employee in this way and is also potentially discriminatory on the grounds of sex.
I would suggest you ask exactly what you want to do and raise a grievance about the fact that they suggest you need to do anything when this was an incident of abuse against you in the workplace when you were pregnant and therefore you had the right to be protected by your employer in the first place.
You should obviously deny that you have been speaking about this outside of work.
If you have any further questions please ask.
Yes you can do that, although if they were to treat you badly as a result of raising the discrimination issue it would amount to victimisation. Perhaps wait to see if it is raised again.
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