Example: Geraldo implies Sally must continue dating him if she wishes to keep her job. He frequently walks up behind her and massages her shoulders, despite her objections.
On Monday mornings, Tom tells the crew the "dirty joke of the week" from his Saturday night poker game.
In short, Bend is the kind of place where you can do the nine-to-five job thing—and actually earn a living—then do the five-to-nine fun thing, no problem. Portland, with its winter sea kayakers in Casco Bay, third-generation lobstermen, and lawyers commuting to work on nordic skis, is no exception.
The cost of living is higher than elsewhere in the state, but you do get access.
The Arkansas River runs through town and is a major engine for the tourism sector, which employs many locals and elevates Salida’s eating scene at places like Amicas Pizza and the Boathouse Cantina, where an optional gratuity on every check goes toward new trail construction. Salida isn’t exactly the cheapest place to live, and good-paying jobs can be hard to come by.
But find a way to make it work and you’ll have better access here than in just about any other town on this list.
Other employees laugh, but Nicole usually walks away.
Tom also keeps a calendar of semi-nude women posted in his office, despite Nicole´s comments that she finds the calendar demeaning.
“There are so many things to do that, if one thing isn’t working, you don’t have to drive hours to do another,” says Lauren Fleshman, a former professional runner who founded energy-fuel company Picky Bars with her husband, triathlete Jesse Thomas, and Stephanie Bruce.We attempt to update the information on this website as soon as practicable following changes or developments in the laws and rules affecting Oregon employers, but we make no warranties or representations, express or implied, about whether the information provided is current.We urge you to check the applicable statutes and administrative rules yourself and to consult with legal counsel prior to taking action that may invoke employee rights or employer responsibilities or omitting to act when required by law to act.Bend now has close to 80 outdoor-related businesses, ranging from the established brand Hydro Flask to startup Cairn.(Oregon State University–Cascades will soon offer a degree in gear design and marketing.) There’s a booming tech industry, an exploding food-cart scene, and a growing number of concerts—this year’s include Paul Simon and Ween.To put together our list of the best towns ever, we scoured more than three decades of coverage and created a Special Advisory Council to nominate places that are great for kids, have drool-worthy food and drink scenes, are welcoming to people of any background, and have all the bike lanes and singletrack you could possibly want.Bend is one of the fastest-growing cities in the country for a reason. Nearby Mount Bachelor has expanded its downhill bike park—and got a new lift last winter, which opened up 600 acres.Examples include changes in work assignment or schedule, terminations or failure to promote. What about harassment by a supervisor when there is no tangible employment action? The employer is still liable if the employer knew about the harassment, unless the employer took immediate and appropriate corrective action.Furthermore, the employer is liable if it should have known of the harassment.Employers may wish to consult an attorney for assistance with harassment investigations. What if the investigation shows that harassment has occurred? The employer must take "immediate and appropriate corrective action," which means doing whatever is necessary to put a stop to the harassment. Sexual jokes or conversations in the workplace can form the basis of a hostile environment claim, and an employer is liable if he or she knew or should have known that the offended employee withdrew consent to such conduct. Must an employee complain to the harasser or to the company before taking legal action? Nothing on this website is intended as legal advice.Depending on the severity of the harassment, appropriate corrective action could include any of the following: verbal or written warning; counseling; suspension; sensitivity training or education on harassment laws and appropriate workplace conduct; reassignment of workers to different locations or shifts; or dismissal of the harasser. Roseanne, an employee of mine, used to delight in telling off-color and sexually explicit jokes, but has now joined a new church and is strongly objecting when other employees tell such jokes. Any responses to specific questions are based on the facts as we understand them, and not intended to apply to any other situations. If you need legal advice, please consult an attorney.