It by all accounts is not his to lose, it is in his wife's name, therefore untouchable.
The source alleged Green’s behaviour included:
walking into meetings and giving women present a lingering hug
asking women in meetings if they were “naughty girls”, and if they “needed their bottoms slapped”
creeping up behind women in corridors to make them jump, before caressing their shoulders to “reassure” them
calling women “sweetheart”, “darling” or “love”, rather than by their names
telling women they were overweight and should go on a diet
flying into expletive-ridden rages abusing male and female staff in front of colleagues
My word, that is terrible behaviour, isn’t it? And the thing is we seem to have so feminised the workplace – of snowflaked perhaps – that is is seen as terrible behaviour.
Sounds like trial by media.Interesting article about Green in the Sunday Times today, more examples of how he routinely treats his staff humiliating them in front of colleagues and threats to people that they should be careful walking home at night etc. Sounds such a nice chap.
Did you consider what you had written before you posted?We should be seriously questioning why employers (in general) still treat the fact that female employees get pregnant as a frustrating and wholly unwanted inconvenience....MsG
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