The High Price Of Supervisor Inattention The owner of a restaurant chain in Denver, Colo., called the EPL hotline with a request for advice on an internal investigation of complaints of workplace harassment. The company employs more than 300 workers at 10 different locations in Denver and its suburbs.

The company has an anti-discrimination-harassment personnel policy which affords employees the opportunity to complain to their own supervisor, or alternatively, to another member of management if the employee feels uncomfortable in addressing their concerns with the immediate supervisor.

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