Just over a year ago, one of our employees complained that a co-worker’s Confederate flag bumper sticker offended him. (It is just the flag – there are no words on the bumper sticker). We looked into the situation and decided that even though the co-worker parks in the company parking lot that he was not violating any workplace rules. The employee with the bumper sticker has never said or done anything wrong in the workplace. People like him and he does not treat anyone differently based on race. However, with all the news about South Carolina and that flag we are wondering if we should re-visit the issue. What do you think? Should we tell the employee to remove the bumper sticker?