Breaking wind | Employee accused 'serial farter' colleague of bullying

Employee accused 'serial farter' colleague of bullying

Usually when an employee accuses a colleague of bullying, it is because they have been on the receiving end of someone’s vicious tongue, have faced the brunt of someone’s misuse of power or have been wrongfully denied of career progression.

However, The Register recently reported that one engineer found himself repeatedly fighting off his ‘serial farter’ colleague. The employee sought to appeal against a ruling that had previously rejected breaking wind as a form of workplace bullying, last year.

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  • Peter Parp
    Peter Parp
    Thu, 18 Apr 2019 12:40pm BST

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