This case involves a man who worked for a parcel delivery company since 1985. The man started out as a driver for the company and later received several promotions. He eventually became a division manager. The man’s supervisor was very strict about completing work objectives and constantly demanded results from his employees. The man heard his supervisor and several other high-level managers making obscene and offensive comments about some female employees of the company. He also witnessed his supervisor engage in flirtatious behavior with a female employee. The man approached his supervisor about this and complained to him about the comments and the behavior. He also sent a letter to the human resources department of the company complaining about his supervisor’s comments and his behavior toward female employees. The man was later demoted from his managerial position to a lower position as a supervisor at the company. The man claimed that his demotion was solely based on the fact that he had reported his supervisor’s behavior to the company’s management.