My company sacked me when I made a complaint about a guy I work with

DEAR DEIDRE: WHEN I made a complaint about a guy I work with, the company sacked me.

I’m furious that they took his side over mine and that I’ve lost my job when I did nothing wrong.

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I’m a married woman of 34, and the young man is 24. We work in a building management company.

He’s a security guard and I’m a receptionist.

He developed a bit of a soft spot for me and kept wanting to meet for coffee.

I made it clear that it wasn’t appropriate and that he was making me uncomfortable, but he didn’t stop – and even turned up at my desk with a gift.

So I reported him for harassment but I was told my accusation was unacceptable as he is a good worker with no complaints, and that I should have been clearer with him.

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Now I’ve been dismissed because they are “not happy with my performance”.

They seemed happy with me before, so I think it’s just an excuse to get rid of me.

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Your managers should have taken your claims seriously and supported you, yet instead you’ve been pushed out.

Please seek professional advice. Contact Acas on 0300 123 1100, or see for free, confidential support and guidance.

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