Question: Tricky situation here: We have a great supervisor with a wonderful
track record and excellent evaluations. But recently he missed some
clear warning signs that a female employee felt she was having to
endure a hostile work environment. Some of her male co-workers’
comments could definitely be construed as offensive. Leaving aside
whether or not we are going to get sued, how should I go about
disciplining the supervisor?—Michael B., North Carolina
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