Invitation of persistent meals by dispatched staff (sexual harassment)

■ Solution date: December 2002 ■ Job title: Reception / Guidance / Dispatch
■ Length of service: 6 months ■ Female

As a result of a request to replace the staff at the dispatching company when the dispatching officer refused a persistent meal invitation (sexual harassment), he requested damages for being fired.
In the ballroom, we confirmed that we would listen to both parties. According to a company survey, sexual harassment cannot be determined, but it is a disturbing act and responds that it apologizes. The agreement included the claims of both the union and the company, and was settled with 1 month’s wage payment.