A woman complained that her boss sexually harassed her. The male boss said she was a poor performer who had sexually propositioned him. During an investigation, the boss failed to produce proper documentation of performance problems. He was subsequently fired and claimed sex and age discrimination. The Court dismissed the complaint finding that the boss failed to take disciplinary action against the woman or otherwise make a sexual harassment complaint pursuant to the Company’s policy. The Court found that the investigation was comprehensive and not a pretext for sex or age discrimination.