"I don't know any employer that would put up with it," said Mark Izzo, founder of Converge HR Solutions, a consulting company in Wayne.
Most employers, he
said, would quickly fire employees who, on the job, exchanged emails involving photos of women's private parts and images of women having sex with each other.
Even people who receive emails are in danger: Their best strategy, he
said, is to save a copy and report it immediately to supervisors, documenting everything.
said, it gets tricky if the behaviors are widespread or if they are tolerated by the organization's leaders.
"If they're allowing them, they're condoning them," he
said, with the same idea applying to minor situations such as workers arriving late.
If leaders are involved, he
said, it might be easier to fire them and have incoming management set a new tone.