Harassment by Emojis

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Appearing in text messages, emails, on T-shirts and even their own movie, emojis — cartoon representations of emotions and common objects — are a ubiquitous presence in people’s lives and daily communications with one another. 

Seventy-one percent of Americans use visual expressions such as emojis, stickers or GIFs when texting or using mobile messaging apps, according to a 2017 survey conducted by Harris Poll on behalf of Tenor, a mobile GIF sharing platform.

But there are potentially sinister motives in the workplace behind an innocent emoji martini glass or kissing cat. Given their widespread use, employment attorneys recommend employers review

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