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When you think of Valentine’s Day, what is one of the first words that come to mind? Love, of course. But that little four-letter word can spell trouble when it occurs between employees in the workplace and potentially could land someone in an unwanted meeting with HR.
In September 2013, the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) released the results of its Workplace Romance Survey, which includes statistics on the prevalence of workplace romances and how employers deal with these relationships. SHRM research shows that concerns about favoritism, claims of sexual harassment and retaliation lead some employers to prohibit some workplace romances. The survey polled 384 HR professionals from a randomly selected sample of SHRM’s membership.
Workplace Romance Survey Highlights
The full survey is available online at: www.shrm.org/Research/SurveyFindings/Articles/Pages/SHRM-Workplace-Romance-Findings.aspx.
To read the full press release on this survey, please visit: www.shrm.org/about/pressroom/PressReleases/Pages/OfficeRomanceSurvey.aspx
For more information or to schedule an interview, please contact Vanessa Gray of SHRM Public Affairs at 703-535-6072 or Vanessa.Gray@shrm.org.
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