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Compliments on dress and hair don’t equal sex harassment

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in Discrimination and Harassment,Human Resources

Not every comment about a person's appearance rises to the level of sexual harassment. Case in point: A female supervisor repeatedly complimented a female customer service rep's choice of clothing and hairstyle. The rep sued, alleging the constant comments constituted a hostile work environment, but a court tossed out the case. Final note: The court observed that sexual harassment claims by women against women "are about as common as a baseball post-season that includes the Cubs and the Red Sox." (Mann v. Lima, No. 02-088S, D.R.I., 2003)

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