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Watch out for overt harassment, but don’t sweat isolated–possibly misinterpreted–comments

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While you should certainly discourage workplace comments that could be misconstrued as hostile, don’t panic if you learn an insensitive supervisor said something stupid. Unless the remarks were out-and-out racist, chances are they won’t be the basis for a hostile environment racial harassment lawsuit.

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Allen Dub December 12, 2012 at 7:13 pm

Four comments does not make a hostile work environment absent aggregous conduct


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