My SO and I are both in the legal field and want to practice the same kind of law in the same city.
Our resumes mirror each other’s in a lot of ways, and I can’t help but feel the tension sometimes.
Playing musical chairs with direct reports does not solve the ethical issues that come with this interoffice romance.
As owners, both of you are responsible for setting the tone for the organization and for modeling behavior expected of all employees.
He says that since both parties are single, and the relationship is consensual, it’s a private matter.
I told him I’d check with our attorney about potential legal issues, but I’m concerned that this is an ethics minefield. A: There are numerous ethical issues involved in an owner or CEO or, really, any manager dating an employee.
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Your partner’s expectation that you will now supervise his love interest isn’t coming from a place of leadership or ethical awareness.
When a supervisor dates an employee it is never a private matter.
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