Dating colleague illegal
You just had mind-blowing sex with the guy down the hall and now you're jonesing for another fix, even just a glimpse of his perfect ass in those slacks. (As in don't pop by his office, don't g-chat him, and don't take the long way to the bathroom so you can glide by his open door.) But, don't outright try to avoid him either. Make sure to do it quietly outside of the office and away from the go-to happy hour hangout.
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Such rules prevent favoritism and sexual harassment complaints. A former probationary police officer fired after an internal affairs investigation into her romantic relationship with a fellow officer sued, asserting that her termination violated her constitutional rights to privacy and intimate association because it was impermissibly based in part on disapproval of her private, off-duty sexual conduct.