Why HR shouldn’t be the ‘dating police’

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Remember when there was more in the news than the pandemic and the presidential election? When #MeToo shined attention on the need for HR to deal more aggressively with sexual harassment?

One of the issues that concerned me then was the fact that nearly all employers allow dating in the workplace, which means they allow efforts to begin romantic and intimate relationships in their workplace. My bet then was that employers, like it or not—and probably not—were going to end up as dating police.

And so it begins, according to several UK papers, which recently reported on new rules

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