ManateeGag: I wish it would say why your answer is right or wrong.
Bill_Wick's_Friend: I don't know the relevant California codes and statutes on sexual harassment in the workplace. I assumed that a documented trail of poor performance would outweigh a last minute sexual harassment claim. Wouldn't be surprised if that was just a California law.Otherwise I thought this was pretty obvious stuff.26/28/slapping my assistant on the ass/hey, if she didn't like it she wouldn't wear those sexy skirts, ammirite?
mamoru: And, I'm obviously not down with the business lingo, so I went with the literal translation for "quid pro quo" since I've never used it to mean anything but that
jtown: ManateeGag: I wish it would say why your answer is right or wrong.I wish it worked with Chrome. Keeps dumping me back at question 1.
downstairs: I stopped after answering #1. Don't get involved in others lives. Do your job. Complain if others aren't doing theirs, fine. But beyond that... NOYB.
pedobearapproved: downstairs: I stopped after answering #1. Don't get involved in others lives. Do your job. Complain if others aren't doing theirs, fine. But beyond that... NOYB.If you weren't the lowest of low level employees you'd know that's not the case. The first time you hear an employee complain of harassment you'll wish you'd known that your shift manager likes to get touchy with his female co-workers.
RodneyToady: 26/28. Also got the California laws one wrong (I'm not Californian), as well as a question only 13% of people got right. I put "maybe" for the person who laughed at the inappropriate jokes being able to file a suit, when the answer was "no." I stand by my answer, though. She could file a suit, but it's likely she'd lose.
ReapTheChaos: Can't get the survey to work, just keeps giving me the first question over again.
Cagey B: ReapTheChaos: Can't get the survey to work, just keeps giving me the first question over again.So you insist on trying to take the survey, even though it repeatedly won't let you? Sounds like harassment to me.
Sarah Saturn: "Ben is a supervisor and has hired Doug as his assistant. Ben hits on Doug, but Doug rebuffs his advances, saying he is already in a relationship. Doug finally yields to Doug's advances in an effort to keep his job."Doug yields to his own advances?
HotWingAgenda: The Union Trib in San Diego is infamous for yellow journalism. Don't treat anything they report as factually accurate.
Smidge204: Apparently, though, actually knowing what "quid pro quo" means is the wrong answer.
UNC_Samurai: Filner is apparently trying to fight potential dismissal with cause because he wasn't told to take the harassment training within the first six months? Is he that much of a knuckle-dragger that he need harassment training to be told groping is inappropriate? If that's the case, I'll reiterate what I said yesterday - the man needs to be put in long-term supervised care. This is someone with a mental disorder, and severe self-control issues.
peterthx: HotWingAgenda: The Union Trib in San Diego is infamous for yellow journalism. Don't treat anything they report as factually accurate./anything to the right of Mother Jones = Yellow Journalism in your world
Bonanza Jellybean: If it even enters your mind that one of your coworkers is attractive, you should instantly be buried in an iron coffin with spikes on the inside.
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