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I left my job because of sexual harassment by my boss. How do I answer interview question "Why did you leave your job? " My boss said "When I said spreadsheet, _(me)__ thought I said spread your cheeks!" in a sales meeting with 6 other people.

S business manager said "That's sexual harassment" amid the general shock. We'd ride in his car to clients and on a few occasions he put his hand on my crotch. He once sat next to me and got up so that his crotch was inches from my face, on purpose.

I wanted to keep my job. So I clammed up, didn't respond, because I didn't want to anger him.At a national sales meeting, at a party set up by the company, he ran at me, grabbed me with both his hands on my ass, picked me up and twirled me around. When he put me down, I said I had to leave and he got angry.

He was sober. He walked me and a woman colleague to our hotel room, and when I protested again, he said angrily "I'll tell everyone about your small tits! " As time wore on, when I didn't respond to his advances, he singled me out for especially atrocious treatment.

I had so much rage it was making me sick, I quit. Asked by pandybear1 26 months ago Similar questions: left job sexual harassment boss answer interview question leave Politics & Law > Issues.

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You should have reported him to the management and even sued him for sexual harrassment. Now, that you have quit, without taking this kind of action, you have weakened your case. You should make up another reason to tell perspective employers; no one wants to get involved with sexual harrassment especially when it's your word against his.

I'm sure there were other things that you were dissatisfied with: couldn't get ahead, the job didn't utilize your talents to the fullest, etc. However, if you lost years of seniority, pension fund, etc. , then I'd seek advice from an EEO attorney. You may still be able to bring a law suit against him. Certainly, if you suspect he is blocking future employment, then I'd sue him but you need evidence and employees who want to keep their job are not going to go against him.

Seek advice from an EEO attorney..

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Well, the being truthful is always the best policyt. However, the right way to have handled that was to involve the HR department and document every instance - then you could have sued the company, and rightly so. If you quit because you were sexually harrassed, and sexually assaulted, you should specifically state that.

Additionally, you really should contact an attorney, and the HR department. You might be able to get your job back, if you want it.

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Say you left because there wasn't enough work for you to do. Also, lack of opportunity for advancement. Either take it to court or let it go.

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4 That behavior is inexcuasble. No one should have to put up with that kind of crap on the job. For my daughter's sake and for the sake of other working women, please take that bastard to court.

Separately, perspective employers don't want to hear about any problems. Tell them what Rock said or something like that.

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That behavior is inexcuasble. No one should have to put up with that kind of crap on the job. For my daughter's sake and for the sake of other working women, please take that bastard to court.

Separately, perspective employers don't want to hear about any problems. Tell them what Rock said or something like that.

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" "I had a boss once who used to say: "I never ask a question that I don't already have the answer to". " "What is the most unusual or (caught off guard) question you have ever been asked in a job interview?" "I lost my job at a school district after turning my boss in for sexual harassment. My union rep was also my bosses.

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I had a boss once who used to say: "I never ask a question that I don't already have the answer to".

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I lost my job at a school district after turning my boss in for sexual harassment. My union rep was also my bosses.

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I left my job because of sexual harassment by my boss. How do I answer interview question "Why did you leave your job? " My boss said "When I said spreadsheet, _(me)__ thought I said spread your cheeks!

" in a sales meeting with 6 other people. His business manager said "That's sexual harassment" amid the general shock. We'd ride in his car to clients and on a few occasions he put his hand on my crotch.

He once sat next to me and got up so that his crotch was inches from my face, on purpose. I wanted to keep my job. So I clammed up, didn't respond, because I didn't want to anger him.

At a national sales meeting, at a party set up by the company, he ran at me, grabbed me with both his hands on my ass, picked me up and twirled me around. When he put me down, I said I had to leave and he got angry. He was sober.

He walked me and a woman colleague to our hotel room, and when I protested again, he said angrily "I'll tell everyone about your small tits! " As time wore on, when I didn't respond to his advances, he singled me out for especially atrocious treatment. I had so much rage it was making me sick, I quit.

Asked by pandybear1 30 months ago Similar Questions: left job sexual harassment boss answer interview question leave Recent Questions About: left job sexual harassment boss answer interview question leave Politics & Law > Issues.

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You should have reported him to the management and even sued him for sexual harrassment. Now, that you have quit, without taking this kind of action, you have weakened your case. You should make up another reason to tell perspective employers; no one wants to get involved with sexual harrassment especially when it's your word against his.

I'm sure there were other things that you were dissatisfied with: couldn't get ahead, the job didn't utilize your talents to the fullest, etc. However, if you lost years of seniority, pension fund, etc., then I'd seek advice from an EEO attorney. You may still be able to bring a law suit against him. Certainly, if you suspect he is blocking future employment, then I'd sue him but you need evidence and employees who want to keep their job are not going to go against him.

Seek advice from an EEO attorney.

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Tell them the truth, there's nothing wrong with admitting why you resigned on your last job. Org.

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3 Say you left because there wasn't enough work for you to do. Also, lack of opportunity for advancement. Either take it to court or let it go.

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I reported my supervisor for sexual harassment but now I am being retalliated against.

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Sexual harassment and then was fired the next day.

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