3. "YOU don't say anything to her. Inform HR about the issue." In response to Reply # 0
You speaking to her about this issue can be taken the wrong way and result in punishment. This situation warrants you keeping it moving because the decision makers are well aware of this issue and in the process of taking care of it.
9. "as a male in management, i'm not addressing it with her directly. " In response to Reply # 0
i'm getting a female manager to say what needs to be said or i'm sending it to HR.
there was one time where i had the world's worst director and her clown ass directed me to tell one of my direct reports that her v-neck had too much V and too much neck cuz her goods were all on display.
i told her i didn't feel comfortable doing it and she insisted.
rather than go around her and involve HR, i had the convo with the worker.
it was awkward as hell but i finessed it with personality and luckily we had a good rapport so it didn't turn into something bad like it could have.
i used it as an excuse to take a 2 hour lunch that day and the director didn't care cuz when i returned, the difficult conversation that she didn't want to have was done...
Not yours. Do not under any circumstances comment on a woman's clothing at work more than to say "blue is really your color" If your boss put you up to this then watch your back, he's either smart or dumb. ___________________________________________________________