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No responsible employer would let a supervisor discipline, demote, or terminate an employee if the employer knew that supervisor had a discriminatory bias against employees of that race, gender, religion, national origin or other protected status. A supervisor who is known for making racist statements or one who harasses and demeans women would not likely be retained as an employee, let alone be empowered to make employment decisions.

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