Love at Work
Ed Butler asks whether office dating between co-workers is a potential hazard, not just for staff, but for the company as a whole.
Many people meet their future love partner at work. But with the current high profile cases of sexual harassment, employers are becoming much more concerned about managing relationships between their employees. Ed Butler asks whether office dating between co-workers is a potential hazard, not just for staff, but for the company as a whole. And should more employers bring in so-called "love contracts" to be signed by workers who are in a romantic relationship in the office?
(Picture: Businessman with secretary, USA, 1950s. Credit: George Marks/Retrofile/Getty Images)
Ali Hall, Associate Fellow of Saïd Business School, Oxford University
Catriona Watt, Partner at Fox & Partners
Bradley Wright, Chief Technology Officer at Verve
Moira Weigel, PhD Yale, Harvard Society of Fellows, founder of Logic magazine.
Author: Labor of Love
Jason Habinsky, Partner, Haynes and Boone
Producer: Audrey Tinline