If a person is sending you nudes and inappropriate pictures without your consent, what will be your stand over this? Are you going to ignore and delete that picture, or are you going to block that person? But what if this person is your boss, teacher or a person who affects your life and career directly or indirectly then are you going to block him or are you going to ignore his message and keep quiet? And is blocking and ignoring the solution to this issue? Is it wrong and illegal?
Reported sexual harassment greatly underrepresents the extent of the difficulty because most individuals are afraid to report the harassment. A recent federal study indicates that sexual harassment is pervasive, especially amongst coworkers but that only 6% of the individuals who experience sexual harassment file a formal complaint. The very real fear of retaliation or being labeled a troublemaker keeps many individuals from reporting an incident and the fear offending the harasser, who is either a boss or a colleague, keeps the great majority of both men and women from directly confronting the harasser.
Racial stereotypes are typically negative; for example, that racialized employees are lazy, not intelligent, unreliable, dirty, uncivilized, promiscuous, submissive, more likely to abuse drugs or alcohol, of questionable moral character, more likely to engage in criminal activity or do not fit into the workplace. However, in some cases, positive stereotypes may be at play (for example, generalizations that members of a particular group are dutiful employees).
Bigg Boss gave a new task to the housemates in the latest episode. The inmates were supposed to throw dirty water on those contestants who had committed maximum sins in the Bigg Boss house. Sumbul Touqeer chose Tina Datta for bringing her family up as a matter of discussion at house. Priyanka Choudhary threw blackish water on Archana Gautam for always interfering in others' work and creating ruckus while she has to perform her own duties. Shiv Thakare chose Shalin Bhanot for backbiting about him with the other contestants. (Also read: Bigg Boss 16: Salman Khan scolds Shalin Bhanot for his awful remark 'do takke ki aurat' to Archana Gautam. Watch)
Growing up on a farm I got my hands dirty every day, however that is not what I mean by Get Your Hands Dirty! What I mean by get your hands dirty is to only ask the people on your team to do things you are willing to do yourself!
While this example might sound trivial to the adult worker, in the eyes of the college student this was a very big deal. So think about your team, what are the requirements you put on them? Are you willing to step up and do the job alongside them? Or now that you are the boss you do not need to do that anymore? I hope it is the former rather than the latter. 2b1af7f3a8