Love in the workplace: heartache for employers?
As the nation has just participated in the annual lovefest that is Valentine’s Day, spare a thought for employers having to deal with the fall-out from the increasingly common office romance. On average, we are spending more of our lives at work so it is unsurprising that more people are having romantic relationships with work colleagues or working alongside their partners in the workplace, and this situation presents various legal concerns for employers.
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