Romance in the Workplace Policy

An employee policy on romantic or dating relationships in the workplace. It may also be referred to as a fraternization policy. It can be incorporated into an employee handbook or used as a stand-alone policy document. This Standard Document applies only to private workplaces. It is based on federal law. State or local law may impose additional or different requirements but this document will be useful and relevant to employers in every state. This Standard Document has integrated notes with important explanations and drafting tips


 

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