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‘Don’t ask twice’: Facebook and Google staff told not to ask colleagues a second time for a DATE in love at work legal crackdown

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Daily Mail
February 9, 2018

Facebook and Google have warned staff not to ask colleagues out on a date more than once if they are rebuffed the first time.

In a crackdown on workplace romances, staff have been told that if their advances are rebuffed, rules state they are not allowed to ask the same colleague out again.

It comes amid a rise in so-called ‘love contracts’ or ‘relationships at work contracts’ – which have become more common at leading U.S. companies to clarify complicated workplace employee dynamics.

They are designed to prevent conflicts of interest, such as when a manager attempts to woo a more junior colleague.

Someone trying to set up a date who is told ‘I’m busy that night’ could be breaking their contract if they make a second attempt to chat up a workmate, American staff are told.

Heidi Swartz, Facebook’s global head of employment law, told the Wall Street Journal that staff must disclose relationships which could lead to a conflict of interest.

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