"Don't ignore it. Tell your boss immediately. This is going to turn into something far worse if you ignore it," said one reply to the viral post.
Commenters rushed to the defense of the 22-year-old, who recounted the series of harsh interactions with a pushy coworker.
A sadly common issue has gone viral on Reddit after a user described a less than supportive manager.
In a fiery exchange, a woman curses the cashier and throws her coffee on her face as she exits the store in rage.
While some felt the message was simple and easy to follow, others said there are often false allegations that are filed.
The store manager said the 17-year-old employee complained about the suspect for making unwanted advances and leaving her feeling uncomfortable.
The woman left the role after being "harassed" by her boss and didn't hold back when asked what the job was like.
Redditors were disgusted by one man's persistent harassment of a coworker, who he bombarded with messages and inappropriate pictures even after she told him she was married.
"She is immature and then when she finds out the sentimental reason she doubles down and calls him an attention seeker for grieving," one commenter wrote.
"Be careful because a man that gets badly embarrassed like this may lash out and get nasty," a commenter wrote.
If the acquisition closes, the $68.7 billion deal will be one of the biggest tech acquisitions in history. Activision is behind the popular "Call of Duty" game.
"I don't understand why my clothes have to dictate the way that you treat me," she said in a follow-up video.
The former police chief made a "pointy KKK hat out of paper" and wore it in front of the officer and told him that he should wear that hat on his next call.
Owen Diaz alleged that he faced "daily racist epithets" while working as a contracted elevator operator at Tesla's plant in Fremont, California.
A Dollar General regional director allegedly called managers 50 and older "grumpy old men" who needed to keep up with the "millennial team" or be fired.
Zhou Xiaoxuan has become the face of the country's #MeToo movement for filing a harassment case against her workplace superior in 2018.
"He came up towards me, not like he was going to attack me, but like, aggressively make out with me?" the comedian, Jenny Zigrino, quipped.
Alexis Ellis believes her gender identity and disability made her a target for disproportionate scrutiny.
Newsweek spoke to Lift Our Voices founders Gretchen Carlson and Julie Roginsky about how NDAs are used to silence women and the steps their organization is taking to change that.
After issuing a joint statement in November, Gretchen Carlson, Julie Roginsky, and Diana Falzone formed Lift Our Voices, an organization dedicated to supporting those silenced by non-disclosure agreements after facing harassment or discrimination in the workplace.
Over 75 percent of the 25,000 workplace assaults reported annually in the United States took place in hospitals and other health care and social services settings, according to data from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
"I am sure they meant no harm and that was the boys just being boys," DeeAnn Fitzpatrick's manager said.
Russia's most high profile set of harassment allegations since #MeToo have been waved away by parliament.
The gap widens even more when discretionary bonuses are taken into account.
After Democrats voted him out on sexual harassment allegations, former Colorado Representative Steve Lebsock changed his party affiliation at the last minute so the GOP would be tasked with picking his replacement.
He admitted to peeing in her water bottle to investigators—but said it was only because the restaurant was busy.
The Defense Department has updated its definition to cover "all forms of harassment."
The lawsuit filed against Disney alleges that the company violated the civil rights of a former employee and discriminated against him based on his Moroccan nationality.