" 75 percent said "love it" while 25 percent said "hate it." In other words, three-quarters say it's a DO.
It states: "One date per week, a minimum of a hundred minutes of alone time, not in his apartment and definitely not at Facebook."Um, is it me or is that not asking for much?Can you give one former partner control over any aspect of the other employee's working conditions, pay, promotions, or work transfers?What does an employer do when employees divorce, especially if they worked in the same department? The answers to these questions are complex and become more problematic in smaller companies where employers may have fewer options for moving employees around.And, increasingly, coworkers are litigating over the differential treatment the employee in the romantic relationship received from the manager - and they're winning their sexual harassment cases.
I don't believe a love contract will solve the litigation issue.
Plus, employees can always charge that they were pressured into signing the love contract at a sensitive time during their employment.