I'm new the the term "ghosting" and I am wondering - is it possible for employees to be "ghosted"? Our male supervisor rarely if ever talks to two of our female staff - he talks to the men plenty, but rarely even says boo to the two females out of 60 males. Thoughts from you - ghosting? What can we do to improve this atmosphere - we truly have no idea why he is choosing not to talk to the female staff. Is it sexism, is it "normal" and I shouldn't be worried, is it "ghosting" - truly no idea why. We e-mail him (due to schedule he works) for a project we want to meet and discuss and get handled and he always replies - I will talk to you on my next shift. Okay - great. The next shift comes, nothing, the next shift comes, nothing, the next shift comes and we ask verbally when we can meet - "this afternoon" and this afternoon never happens. Is that "normal" in today's work environment? Seems to be it is creating an unfavorable work situation. I spoke to another male supervisor about the concern and he clearly said to me "you are just setting the bar too high" "you shouldn't expect so much". Wow - is that the work world we are getting to? Just searching for positive things I/we can do to improve this very uncomfortable situation with this supervisor. Being ignored on a daily basis and given no direction is draining.