For repeat/gratuitous offenders, yes. But every single offender of anything?
As a manager in a tech company, I’m with you 100% on everything, including the premise that this…
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Agree with what Debbie said. But also… shouldn’t people know that harassment is bad? If you can’t tell the difference between harassment and non-harassment, then you need to check yourself. Get therapy. Take some classes. Being excused for first offense isn’t going to correct anyone’s behavior.

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