BFM sacks two staff for sexual harassment

BFM sacks two staff for sexual harassment
Two BFM employees have been sacked after a staffer’s graphic letter accusing them of sexual harassment went viral. — Picture via Facebook
Two BFM employees have been sacked after a staffer’s graphic letter accusing them of sexual harassment went viral. — Picture via Facebook

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 7 — Progressive radio station BFM has axed two employees for misconduct after a staffer’s graphic letter accusing them of sexual harassment went viral.

BFM founder Malek Ali said the company’s board, comprising current and former non-executive independent directors, arrived at the decision after sufficient evidence had been gathered.

“The BFM management team acknowledges that more could have been done to proactively gather evidence so that such misconduct could have been addressed in a more timely manner,” said Malek in a statement.

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