Comcast Accused of Ignoring Call Center Sexual Har
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Former and current Comcast employees say the company has ignored a "culture of sexual harassment" at the cable giant's customer support call centers. Comcast's customer service has long been ranked among the worst of any company, in any industry in America. Now former female call center employees are accusing the company of turning a blind eye to rampant sexual harassment among its support teams, who they claim were largely oblivious to the impact their bad behavior had on female coworkers:quote:
These guys were constantly talking to women walking by, she said. This one lady who had just come back from maternity leave, they were constantly asking her got milk? and making squeezing gestures with their hands. According to Rhodes, they made comments about women s bodies--big asses, fat calves--and even grabbed their women coworkers.
The employee transferred to other offices but found the problems to be even worse there. The full report cites similar complaints by six different female Comcast support personnel who say their repeated complaints about boorish and inappropriate behavior were frequently ignored.

"Sexual harassment, or harassment of any kind, is not tolerated at Comcast," the company said in a statement. "The company was founded on a foundation of respect, integrity and trust. We have strong policies against sexual and other forms of harassment and encourage employees to report any harassing behavior. Any allegation of harassment is taken very seriously."
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