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Knowing the types and impact of discrimination is important, but awareness should not stop there. Managers, supervisors, and coworkers must keep a close eye out for incidents of discrimination within the workplace. Nothing can be changed, prevented, or improved if people do not take the time to get involved. Remember that discrimination is not always obvious. Threats or harassment may take the form of side comments, teasing, jokes, or even gestures. If you observe any incidents of discrimination, keep a detailed account of the incident. Including the date, time, location, and names of witnesses. Refer to your company's policy to know what actions will have to be taken. And notify your supervisor, or the human resources department.