Don’t ban work relationships, just get your love contracts in place

Recruiters have been urged to avoid banning workplace relationships outright as new research shows two-thirds of British workers have dated a colleague.

The research from careers site Adzuna, released ahead of St Valentine’s Day, shows two-thirds (66%) of Brits have been romantically involved with a colleague and over a quarter (28%) have met their current partner at work. Yet 59% of workplace relationships have led to a worker’s resignation.

Commenting on the findings, Stephen Jennings, partner and solicitor at...

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