Tell your wife to speak with the human Resources dept- They HAVE to investigate And it would be advisable for her to have a witness that can calibrate Her version of events - Once informed - if h r does nothing And something bad happens The company would be liable. Meeting him in a dark ally would be great- but you would end up in jail-
This song is called "The Blasta", it's by Insane Clown Posse......I know, I know, you say "but that's rap, I hate rap".....well trust me, the song is about bullying and the bully getting their "just desserts"......give it a listen...... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pDj1nzKG3Cw
i would personally go to her job and talk to them about showing some respect and talking to them face to face if they don't get it after that then have her report it to her boss if her boss doesn't do anything then meet them in the alley and even meet the boss in the alley if he doesn't do anything to stop the people that are bullying your wife if they get out of line and start pushing her around and following her and threatening her then call the police but maybe your right the dark alley does sound better to show the losers how to respect
In todays work climate companies can't afford to allow work place harassment. But sometimes when the harasser is a supervisor it is hard to prove what he or she is doing. You need to decide if you and tour wife trust the human resource department where she works, if yes then talk to them. Make sure to document each problem, where, when and if there are any witnesses. If the human resource department is lacking then a lawyer or city/state advocate may need to be brought in to assist. The dark ally option, while satisfying, really won't keep the problem from happening from another jerk employee in the future. good luck with this problem.
Women in the workplace don't need their husbands beating up male chauvinists for them. Really. We do live in the 21st century and most women can read the employee manual and find their way to Human Resources. If they can't, I'm sure they can lean on their mate for moral support. Most don't want to get fired because their man had to put on a display.
My wife had a problem. I went to her work and showed him my 1969 Cadillac and asked him if he thought I could work under the car without jacking it up. He said no way. It's to low to the ground. Are you sure? And with a big smile I said "We'll then that's the car I'm going to run you over with if you keep messing with my wife" and I kept smiling and patted him hard on the shoulder and walked away smiling. He left alone.
First and most important, no matter how mad this makes you, they will not listen or even talk to you. You are not the employee of this company. Your wife must handle this herself through proper channels, if she doesn't want to address this herself she should consider seeking a new job. If it were me talking to her I would tell her to report this to her supervisor, if results do not take place, go to the next person who can fire the supervisor she reported this to, and keep going until she gets to the top, if all else fails, report to the Labor Board, but you must make attempts to go through the correct channels first. Keeps notes and document names, dates and times she spoke to each.
Ask her to keep a notepad in her purse and write down every incident with date, time and witnesses. Have a lawyer friend (preferably labor law) write a letter to the company president stating that his client (your wife) has been the victim of a sustained pattern of harassment by XYZ, another employee at the company, and he would like a copy of the company's Anti-Harrassment Policy. They'll smell a lawsuit and set the bully straight.