posted on May, 22 2019 @ 02:03 PM
Problem number one I see a few solutions.
1. Man the F up and give as good as you get.
2. Have your manager mediate a meeting between the two of you, where you can talk about your grievances. Might be that you have said something to this
guy that he has taken the wrong way.
3. if your company has one break out the bullying and harassment policy.
as for the other problem thats a bit more difficult just keep away from her, speak to your manager about your concern, don't be alone with her, keep a
clear record of it and take it from there.
Also as others have said, you're not going to get legal advice over the internet. I think recording them is frankly stupid, there could be legal
ramifications for you doing that, it might not be seen as being proof of anything and you might even inadvertently get your self into bother over
something you are recorded as having said. It's also an extreme measure to take against your colleagues and when the rest of them know what you've
done then it won't go down well.
You say a new job isn't an option or what you want but it does sound like you're just not that well liked sometimes when you are having these kind of
difficulties in the work place you need to take a good long hard and honest look at yourself in the mirror and say "Am I being the dick?". That guy
might be cursing you because you're a total prick to work with, just like that girl, she might honestly feel intimidated by you, she might really feel
like she is being sexually harassed by you because of your behaviour. So its also important to be honest with yourself and then make changes
accordingly, that might even include a new job. It might just be that you don't fit in that team anymore and its time for you to move on, particularly
if you are getting no support from your managers.