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AB 1825 Sex Harassment Trainer

A free resource for California employers about the sexual harassment training law (AB 1825).

WMSDS 2

Most managers who get in trouble dating a subordinate meet up with their problematic paramour in their mutual workplace. Still, not all.

For example, Richard Soulam was a manager at the US Treasury Department in San Francisco when he got in trouble for sexually harassing a subordinate, Susan Peacher. However, Soulam and Peacher had another professional relationship prior to their official him-supervisor/her-subordinate workaday world in the US government.

Previously, she was his dominatrix and he was her boot-licking client. link

Despite her leaving the leather whips behind at home, Soulam repeatedly sought "sessions" from his former master. After complaining about her supervisor's unwelcome attempts at submission, Peacher claims she was retaliated against. She sued and recently settled with her employer for $60,000, a transfer, and other benefits.

So, this isn't only a "why managers shouldn't date subordinates" (WMSDS) case, it's also a fine example of a rarely seen "why managers shouldn't ask subordinates for sessions" (WMSASFS) case.
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