Our expert says:
I don't think it needs to sound rude or interfering if you politely say to her --- we've all noticed that you don't wear underware, and this embarrasses some people, especially when, like when we went for that meeting, other people obviously noticed too. Could you please start wearing underwear ? Probably best, though, to discuss this with her boss, so he can intervene, or with HR --- it's a perfectly reasonable thing for a business to expect of any employee. Her excuse doesn't make sense, as liners could be practical, and if she does have a discharge, she needs to see her doctor to help find a way to clear it up.
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