Is it alright for an employee to hug his or her supervisor?
Or can this be seen as too interpersonal?
"Inappropriate" or "unwanted touching"
Which therefore constitutes as sexual harassment?
Or does it depend on the situation or occasion which surrounds the reasoning for the hug ? Such as death or lost of loved one , to congratulate the birth of a newborn , to say "thanks" or as a way of wishing someone a happy holiday?
- sunshine_melLv 712 months agoFavourite answer
It depends on the relationship between the colleagues - for some this will be normal, for others entirely unwelcome
- JudyLv 712 months ago
Not on a daily basis, but ok in special circumstances.
- MikeLv 712 months ago
I wouldn't do it. It's a place of business.
- TavyLv 712 months ago
NO, I would hate any of my employees touching me.
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- Anonymous12 months ago
well i shagged my supervisor in the p-ussy whilst working overtime, so I would say its fine