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Old 09-12-2016, 02:59 AM   #2
agouderia
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This sounds like a case where you have to bypass your boss.

From what you write
a) you've addressed the issue to him several times
b) he is not the 'supreme' boss, meaning the owner of the business or has no one else above him.

So you should document both
- the harassment from your co-worker
- the times you've addressed it with your boss
(and have someone you trust proof-read both, to make sure it's fact oriented and not too emotional)

and with that in hand move either up in the company hierarchy (even it that means going to headquarters or regional branch, etc.) or to whatever type of worker representation, union, anti-discrimination official or whatever your company might have to deal with employee issues. What about the HR department in this context - be it at your office or the company in general? In many companies they're also addressees for such cases.

If you document it well, you'll have all good arguments as well as some seniority on your side.

Good luck - and good nerves, you'll need them!
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