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[–] crankypants15 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago  (edited ago)

telling a coworker of either gender that you like their clothes can be reported as harassment, said the training video.

It was the same way in the 1980s at many Fortune 500 companies, which is where I first encountered this... at my first day at work during the sexual harassment seminar. Welcome back to the dark ages. Telling someone you like their clothes/shirt/dress is considered sexual harassment. If you had actually lived back then you would have seen the news stories how ridiculous policies like this were spear-headed by feminists. Thanks feminism.

And so, a lot of personal interactions, which, paradoxically, are strongly encouraged among employees, are terminable offenses.

Not exactly. Just don't say anything nice to your coworker and you won't get fired for sexual harassment.

The fact that alcohol is omnipresent makes things even more complicated. This isn’t what happened to me, but this goes to illustrate the contradiction of zero tolerance policies,

"contradictions"... that's why people are running away from feminism now.

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[–] smokratez 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Always nice to have your opinion about something validated by someone who is closer to the fire. Although it must have sucked for that guy of course.