Uncalled for work place behavior

Rod Ronald Rod Ronald
I work at a warehouse of sorts and it's mainly full of men. That being said, there are times when things are said and swears are thrown about. My question is this. If your boss called another employee "A Fat Ass" behind his back, would you go to the higher ups and complain? I've told my boss that he shouldn't say things behind someones back that he wouldn't say to there face, but it has gone nowhere. I refuse to tell the employee for sake of hurting his feelings. What should I do? Have you ever had a problem like this at work?
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Chilipepper Chilipepper
Yes, my last job; some of it got to the point of assault and battery. The most toxic work environment I've ever had the misery to work in.

It's difficult to make people behave and do the right thing when they're not geared for it; dysfunction doesn't recognize appropriate behavior. You might bring up the subject of "workplace disrespect" to HR or the one over your boss and see what they have to say about its impact on production and morale.
SecretToyLover2 SecretToyLover2
Yes, I would. That is terribly rude.
js250 js250
It is uncalled for and is extremely rude. However with that in mind, remember that if you do go to higher ups, you could be the one unfairly crucified. So, it is your decision. I am bitchy enough, I probably would.
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