Maureen is not happy. One of the fitters, Robert, has made her the target of his attentions. Whenever he is called out he manages to walk past Maureen, or he just comes by to 'see everything is alright'. He asks her out, makes suggestions with sexual innuendo, grabs her round the waist etc all with exaggerated playfulness. To Maureen he is a nuisance. She informally complains to the (male) supervisor who makes it clear he thinks it’s a fuss about nothing. Most of the other women support her, although a few tell her the time to worry is when none of the men fancy her. What can Maureen do?
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