A former salesperson sued a car dealership for sexual harassment. The court denied summary judgment. First, the dealership gave one of the employee’s leads to another employee. Since a jury could find this to be a tangible employment action, a trial is needed. Secondly, the employer’s discriminatory harassment policy permitted complaints to any supervisor, which included a manager who had harassed the employee. The employer therefore could not establish that the employee unreasonably failed to complain pursuant to its policy.