- 14 February 2023
Couples who famously work together are broadly welcomed by most. However, it can be a logistical headache for employers, especially when it comes to the HR and legal implications if the relationship breaks down.
In People Management, Helen Beech, Partner at Clarkslegal comments on the legal side of love. “Relationships at work can be a ‘tricky’ subject, it is important to set ‘ground rules’ – which could avoid tribunal claims.”
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Couples who famously work together are broadly welcomed by most. However it can be a logistical headache for employers, especially when it comes to the HR and legal implications if the relationship breaks down.
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SubjectHelen Beech comments on ‘how best to handle workplace romances to avoid tribunal claims’
Published14 February 2023
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