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Should I say something to the wife that it’s noticed that she’s being cool? There’s no reason to say anything to the doctor or his wife about it.
Should I say something to Jane that she might be well served by apologizing again to the wife for her inappropriate behavior? His wife reacted entirely appropriately in the moment — she called Jane out on a horrible thing.
And either way, it would be a good thing for Jane to hear that it wasn’t just the boss’s wife who took issue with what she said.
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Boss’s wife has come into the office a few times (which is standard; sometimes she’ll pick up and drop off something for her husband) and she is always appropriately professionally cordial to all of us, but still a little cool to Jane.
Nothing you could really call her on, but she greets Jane more perfunctorily and is a little warmer towards the rest of us.
As she swiped, she pulled up a young man who was of Chinese descent and said, “I’d never go out with him.
Later on, boss’s wife said quietly to me, “It is a good thing I don’t work in the office, because Jane is not winning any points with me.” I could tell she was still steamed.
I am quite sure that she told her husband, but knowing my boss, he’s not the kind to say anything to anybody.
Should I say something to the doctor that his wife is being cool to an employee (though to be honest, she has limited contact with us)?
Should I urge the doctor to address the office generally about inappropriate racial slurs and remind entire office that it’s not acceptable?