Flirtation with colleagues at work is commonplace. Yet, what one person might regard as a light flirtation, another might consider to be sexual harassment. These different perspectives could potentially create problems for the employer. The labour court has recently found in a well-publicized case, that the employer could be held liable for the actions of its employees if it does not intervene.
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