Slavin, Al
August 2009
Best's Review;Aug2009, Vol. 110 Issue 4, p28
Trade Publication
The article discusses the growing trend of office romance-related claims that presents risks for employers as well as employees in the U.S. It mentions that there have been increasing number of cases that states favorable treatments to workers who have a special relationship with their heads. It relates that due to this event, risk managers and human resource offices are required to be diligent and consistent in investigating such concerns.


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