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In 2003, 47% of survey respondents admitted to having an office romance, according to Vault.com’s 2003 Office Romance Survey.Eight years later, in Vault.com’s 2011 Survey, the percentage increased to 59%.
Furthermore, such a relationship may be perceived by other employees to foster inappropriate favoritism and may lead to claims of or hostile environment sexual harassment.
As a result, businesses should consider a policy prohibiting relationships between supervisor and subordinate, particularly when the two employees are in the same “chain of command.” This policy may also require the dating employees disclose relationships that may create a conflict of interest, and the policy should make clear that the employer may take appropriate action to eliminate any conflict of interest (such as transferring one of the employees, if possible).
Note, however, that employers should be ready to articulate a business justification for such a transfer in order to lessen the chance of a discrimination claim.
At least one California appellate court has enforced an employer’s conflict of interest policy prohibiting supervisor-subordinate romances. App.4th 525, the Court found that a supervisor’s failure to notify his employer of a relationship in violation of the conflict of interest policy was not protected by the California Constitution or the Labor Code.
The Court found that the employer had a legitimate interest in avoiding the conflict of interest and that because the supervisor knew his relationship violated the applicable policy, he had a lower expectation of privacy.Of course he needs to be kind and self confident and be sure that he has stable position in life.