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Two exclusive surveys show that HR execs aren't doing what it takes to ensure that boss/subordinate dating doesn't result in costly, unnecessary sexual harassment lawsuits.One survey showed that 56% of HR executives feel that under no circumstances should a boss ever date a direct report.The most common accusation you hear in court is something like, "I dumped him, so he retaliated against me by firing me," or "he denied me a promotion," or "he cut back my overtime." We've seen plenty of other cases where a spurned boss persists and ends up provoking a sexual harassment lawsuit. You could argue that your exposure to lawsuits is even greater if the relationship is clandestine.
“Junior-senior relationships in the office can hurt morale and even harm the company if the people involved forget their professionalism,” says Beth P. The relationship can lead to claims of favoritism or cause other co-workers to feel uncomfortable and create a hostile work environment.California has a constitutional provision protecting privacy, which means romantic relationships between coworkers should be none of the association's business.