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Today’s round table guests include former Oh Boy guest Karley Sciortino, the sex and relationships columnist at and the creator of Slutever.com; fashion consultant/stylist Shiona Turini (also a former Oh Boy guest); and James Demolet, Senior Fashion Editor at Cosmopolitan.Leandra Medine: The idea behind this Round Table came up when Amelia and I were at dinner with a couple of friends and the conversation turned to dating apps.Perhaps, however, the benefits of happily partnered employees is another possible outcome to an office romance. "Office Romance in the New Millennium." National Federation of Independent Business. Famous cases abound: Microsoft's founder Bill Gates and opera impresario Luciano Pavarotti both married employees of their organizations. "Risky Business: In the first installment of this two-part series on office romance, we explore ways employers can deal with workplace dating and avoid potential liabilities." . While businesses can take certain steps to define inappropriate office conduct, many of them quite effective, stopping sexual harassment is often a more complicated issue if the two people involved were formerly romantically involved.Indeed, some people resort to harassment in the wake of a breakup, while others have been known to level false harassment charges after being jilted.Some observers view it as a wholly undesirable condition that should be avoided by business owners and managers if at all possible, while others view it as a potential positive development, provided that the relationship lies within certain parameters.But what happens when a philanderer dates and discards casually within a company, leaving angry, litigation-prone employees in his/her wake?
The long hours many people spend at work make for a situation in which those with whom we work are for many not only colleagues but our primary source of social contact.
Therefore, romantic relationships are bound to develop.
In fact, according to an article on the Web site, 4 out of 10 people now meet their spouses at the office and more than half of those partaking in a survey reported to having had at least one office romance. For businesses, workplace romances carry with them the potential to complicate the work environment and cause difficulties of various types—lost productivity due to distraction; accusations of favoritism; jealousy among co-workers; the potential for an antagonistic mood should the relationship end poorly; and, in a worst-case scenario, allegations of sexual harassment in the event that one of the parties asserts that he or she was coerced.
Because of these potential pitfalls, many firms have policies that were established to try and discourage or even prohibit such liaisons from forming.
The question for the small business owner or manager becomes: how best is one to manage such relationships so that they do not have a negative impact on the company without infringing unduly on the privacy of employees?
A large firm has multiple departments into which employees who are romantically involved may be transferred so that they do not work as closely together. I think it is actually harder for the smaller organizations than the larger ones.