'Return to Visability'
Companies double down on inter-office dating policies
Companies are revisiting their in-office protocols — including policies on dating co-workers — as more workers are flooding back to the office.
After so long working from home, young workers could be going to the office for the first time; others may return with a hazy view on what their company’s policy may be on dating co-workers, and whether they’re required to disclose it to human resources.
High-level execs have recently faced consequences over their in-office romances. Over the last week, BP’s CEO abruptly resigned after news around his relationships with a subordinate surfaced, and Cboe Global Markets’ CEO resigned after failing to disclose personal relationships with colleagues.
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