Question: “We have a group of workers who like to congregate before or after work
to talk. The only problem is they often use profanity that makes others
uncomfortable. This sometimes spills over into the break room during
lunch too. Most of them have been with the company for more than 20
years, so it might be difficult to make them change their ways. How can
I respectfully approach them to ask them to be respectful of others in
the language they use?” — HR in PA
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