Office Romances And ‘Love Contracts’ By Barbara Reeves Neal

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Office romances are exciting and fun — for a while. The couple is smitten, stealing meaningful glances across a conference table. Fellow employees catch on to the romance and enjoy the gossip. After a while, employees in close proximity of one or both of the lovebirds may feel that unfair advantages are being bestowed by one lover upon the other, to the detriment of some other employee. If the romance turns sour, there is even more gossip that can sometimes lead to a harassment lawsuit filed against the company.

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