My direct supervisor's husband made an unwanted sexual advance at a non-work function.

Full Question:

My direct supervisor's husband made an unwanted sexual advance at a non-work function. Can this effect my job? I am considering quitting and finding other employment.
04/03/2017   |   Category: Employment   |   State: Illinois   |   #35052

Answer:

If he is not employed and your supervisor does not know of the issue, it would not be sexual harassment.  What you do regarding the job is up to you. You can stay and see how things go or leave if you feel uncomfortable since the advance.