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A serious threat - meaning that the an ordinary and reasonable person would believe that the the threatening employee actually intended the bodily harm - is an assault in the criminal sense. In other words if the person had the actual belief that bodily harm was about to come upon them, then it is illegal. Now, whether the prosecutor would act upon the threat and prosecute the threatening employee is a different story and may involve several factors including the threatener's history.
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