But, what are the rights of employees when it comes to office romance?
“They don’t plan ahead for this kind of thing, don’t set those rules, don’t set expectations, and don’t tell people these things until they’ve had a problem,” Eckstein says.
“At that point it becomes more a case of how you handle it, how you deal with the people, and how you deal with it internally if it’s a larger company with layers of management.” Attorney Peter G.
Below, seven stories of professionals who followed their hearts, only to find themselves in surprising places and compromising positions. If You Date the Boss's Boss, You Can Kiss Your Job Good-Bye The flirting began after Linda*, a young vice president for a division of CBS, gave a presentation at an out-of-town convention.
Maybe it was something the confident VP said, or the way she said it, or how she looked-but something caught the eye of Matthew, a top CBS executive who was in the audience.
However, employers may have another opinion on the matter. What Are the Potential Pitfalls of Employee Romances?