“I can’t believe he just said that.”

It’s inevitable that in the workplace, people will sometimes say the wrong thing or act inappropriately. But the occasional faux pas isn’t anything employers need to be overly concerned about — usually the situation blows over, or an apology solves the problem. But if not properly addressed, seemingly small statements can grow to become wallet-draining harassment or discrimination charges against your firm.

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