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AUTHOR: Charlotte Wolff
Intimate relationships at work can lead to problems such as
favouritism and decreased morale. We find out how employers have
established and implemented effective policies to deal with these issues.
On this page:Is a policy
necessary?Relationships at work are widespreadChart 1: Relationships existing in the workplaceProblems when there are relationships at workChart 2: Fallout from personal relationships between
2006-11Impact on organisationsChart 3: Impact of personal relationships on business
areasImpact by sectorEstablishing a
policyChart 4: Workplace relationship policies in
placeWhat does a policy on relationships cover?Types of relationship coveredCommunicating the
policyA satisfactory approach?Chart 5: Satisfaction with organisations' approach to
workplace relationshipsMore clarity requiredOur researchBox 1: First-hand experiences of
relationships at workBox 2: Extract of standalone policy
- not-for-profit sectorAdditional resources on
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