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In the News

Want to Date a Colleague? Think Carefully

Vanessa Fuhrmans and Rachel Feintzeig, The Wall Street Journal, December 5, 2019

WSJ 12-5-19 Want to Date a Colleague

Companies have increased scrutiny of consensual relationships among colleagues in the wake of the #MeToo movement. Whatever the corporate dating policy is, the underlying message to senior executives is: Just don't do it. Mark Wiseman, a potential successor to BlackRock Inc. Chief Executive Laurence Fink, became the latest high-level boss to run afoul of company rules on romantic relationships at work.

Increasingly, organizations are hoping relationships just don't crop up in their offices at all, said Davia Temin, CEO of Temin and Company, a Manhattan-based reputation and crisis-management firm. Whether it is a direct message or one read between the lines, "some places are saying, 'Just say no,'" she said.

Some companies have had longstanding policies around relationships at work, but they often weren't well-enforced rules. That is changing. Avoiding mixing love and work is the safer choice today, Ms. Temin said. [...read more]

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