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This Bar Put Up A Sign To Stop Female Workers From Being Sexually Harassed

By Mustafa Gatollari

When you're at work, you expect a minimum amount of respect and courtesy from those around you. That includes your boss, your coworkers, and yes, even your customers. While 'the customer is always right' may be a good business motto, it's a horrible way to go about dealing with issues when they've crossed a line.

Working in customer service can be tricky, especially when you deal with overzealous and emotional patrons. 

You have to balance a fine line between being courteous and kind while also being professional. And you could do a damn good job of this, but some people inevitably mistake your professional kindness for a personal one. 

And then they start getting certain ideas, especially when it comes to female workers. I can't count the number of times I had to roll my eyes when working as a waiter when I'd hear guys whisper amongst themselves, "dude, she's totally into me."