jdsmith wrote:How about she carrying digital recorder and switch it on when he comes by just in case.
And save all inappropriate notes, emails, phone messages or other communications from him.
Start keeping a record at work of all inappropriate comments/behavior, writing down the date, description, and names of all witnesses as soon as possible after each event, before her memory fades.
Any time a co-worker witnesses an inappropriate comment/act, speak with the co-worker and see if he/she would agree to sign a brief statement summarizing what happened. If so, she should prepare that statement ASAP and get the co-worker to sign it before there's a change of heart.
Collect any other evidence of any kind concerning his comments/acts or any retaliation he takes against her.
Keep a record, with dates and descriptions, and save all receipts concerning any damages she suffers due to his conduct, such as headaches, stomach aches, sleeplessness, arguments at home, doctor or counselor visits, medication, increased use of alcohol, sleeping pills or other medication, etc.
Even in lawless Taiwan, sexual harassment in the workplace is
illegal, though attorneys and judges don't treat is nearly as seriously as they do in the US. And it sounds like she's got a strong case against this scumbag. But no matter what country one is in it is absolutely essential that one have strong evidence to back up ones legal claims. If it's just her word against his, it may be a tough case and not worth fighting in court. On the other hand, if it's possible to gather witnesses or other evidence she should definitely hire an attorney and sue the bastard.