For example, when one partner handles revenue/expense accounting and the other handles cash inflow/outlay. Dating someone who reports to you creates obvious conflicts between personal interests and business obligations.Every action you take regarding your romantic partner will be suspect.Your coworkers do not need to know the intimate details of your romance," she says."No posting information or photos about your latest love interest on Facebook or sending tweets about it.
Keep the personal and professional separate by not allowing there to be [email protected], that is true, I just used the pronouns for the most common scenario.If I've changed it too much from your original question, feel free to edit it further or roll back the changes. Dating subordinates is almost always a bad idea, except when it's a great idea. Other employees may end up resentful and there will be a drop of productivity if so.Likely you will treat her differently than the others such as giving her information that she in her current position should not have, refusing to see her performance problems, etc.How many of those relationships ended badly or turned ugly? Chances are, however you slice it, you are making a gamble and you do not have the edge. Can you please give me a [special dispensation] for this? I note that you have no citations to reputable sources, and you yourself are not a legal expert, which to me makes the answer of dubious reliability.
Given that potential scenario the companies discourage dating in the workplace to the point of making it a cause for firing an employee. (It may be accurate to say that "one of the parties can claim sexual harassment", but anyone can claim anything at any time.According to a Payscale office romance report, 15% of the 42,000 respondents said they would date someone they work with.