Me Too | Job advert calls for 'experienced harassers'

Job advert calls for 'experienced harassers'

Stamping out bullying and harassment at work is a top priority for HR. Yet, despite having strict HR policies in place, it seems that some employees are still bullied and harassed in some working environments.

To highlight the unfortunate prevalence of some of these workplace issues, a spoof recruitment campaign has been launched to shine a light on some of the ongoing and unresolved abuse and bullying cases that have happened in Westminster.

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Comments (1)

  • Boris
    Boris
    Thu, 17 Oct 2019 1:08pm BST
    It's a sad state of affairs when those who make policy routinely break it. Young people wishing to go into politics will have often never experienced this type of behaviour before and as such may assume that it's to be expected, it's not. The longer we allow these sorts of behaviours to prosper the harder it is to change them. It's time that the "old boys" who think this is simply their right.