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Ok let's be blunt and share some of the negative consequences I have personally experienced or observed from bosses dating their subordinates: It is risky, it is far less likely to work than not to work.Understanding Workplace Bullying Taking Action Recovering From Bullying Preventing Bullying as an Employer Sample Email To Co-Workers Community Q&A Workplace bullying refers to any repeated, intentional behavior directed at an employee that is intended to degrade, humiliate, embarrass, or otherwise undermine their performance.Advice on the use of social media and social networking in the workplace.

In the worst case, the company lost several valuable employees because they couldn't stand to be managed by the secretary the CEO promoted to be the Project Manager because he was having an affair with her.

In the end she lost her job too because he married someone else.

I know romantic relationships with people who work under you are discouraged, however Hi Dave, I've modified your question to address the concerns raised by @Chad, and have voted to reopen it. They met and started dating when she was studying under him. They probably broke all sorts of university regulations and crossed a bunch of boundaries. Like everythign else in life this is a riks/benefit tradeoff.

If I've changed it too much from your original question, feel free to edit it further or roll back the changes. Dating subordinates is almost always a bad idea, except when it's a great idea. Other employees may end up resentful and there will be a drop of productivity if so.

While most organizations provide at least minimal training to employees and supervisors, what often happens after a complaint is filed is the investigation finds the parties involved have “missed” training for four, five, or even more years—and the defense becomes unavailable. U-Haul International, a court held that a written policy against workplace discrimination alone did not suffice to prevent the award of punitive damages to the plaintiff.

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