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i have a co worker in the hospital who loudly to lame in front

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i have a co worker in the hospital who loudly to lame in front of other two workers that i have a small pea size penis and that she told me that she's going to tell his boyfriend and that i will vanish. what should i do please?
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Law
Expert:  Ben Jones replied 4 years ago.

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13 years

Expert:  Ben Jones replied 4 years ago.
Apologies for the slight delay, I experienced some temporary connection issues earlier on. All seems to be resolved now so I can continue with my advice.

Whilst telling you that you will ‘vanish’ can be interpreted as a threat of some sort, it is unlikely to be something serious enough for the police to be involved in, especially if there is no obvious threat or history that would place you at an increased risk.

In the circumstances this is still something that needs to be dealt with internally and through the employer’s own grievance procedure. The person’s behaviour could still be treated as bullying so you are able to follow any bullying policy that exists and take this up with the employer. Pursuing this matter internally is still the best way to deal with this issue, at least at this stage. Your employer also has a duty to ensure your health and safety are protected so if you are experiencing issues that may jeopardise these, including bullying, they must deal with them as may be deemed appropriate.

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