Love Contracts

As much as many employers would love to regulate and/or minimize relationships between employees, they rarely work, according to today’s Asbury Park Press.

It is brutally difficult to regulate employees’ behavior away from the office. And in California, it is illegal to prevent employees from dating each other. (Although you can prohibit supervisors from dating direct reports).

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