Dating a subordinate
You will need to write a check for the cost of the ticket, or have the amount deducted from your final paycheck.”I’m going to assume this is legal (since most of the time when people ask you that, your answer seems to be yes). I have never encountered this at other companies, but in all of my past jobs I rarely traveled for work. That’s a rare answer around here.) I’m not a lawyer and I wasn’t able to turn up anything on this with a pretty extensive Google search, so I’m just going on semi-informed instinct here, but generally speaking, if you don’t agree to assume an expense that someone else has already paid for, that someone else has no standing to require you to reimburse them.Wondering what your thoughts are on this kind of policy, especially since my tickets for the upcoming trip have already been purchased, but I’m in the process of looking for another job. In other words, your company can’t just announce on their own that you’re responsible for reimbursing them for various employer-paid items if you leave; you’d need to agree to that arrangement, which you haven’t done.She argues that any policy must be applied consistently and should set out clearly how decisions will be made.Since graduating with a degree in biology, Lisa Magloff has worked in many countries.
The employer is requiring the trip, so they assume the risks — the risk that you might not be working there when the trip rolls around, the risk that you might be sick and unable to go, and the risk that the trip might be cancelled entirely for reasons that have nothing to do with you.Cohen suggests that banning or limiting dating between supervisors and subordinates is the most important aspect of a dating policy.Maria Stewart, a partner at Austin law firm Brown Mc Carroll LLP, suggests in the Austin Business Journal that policies on dating should include a way to report relationships that have turned hostile, and that employers must be on guard against any circumstances that could amount to harassment.Every company needs to consider a policy on workplace dating.Without a clear policy, an office relationship can lead to charges of sexual harassment and legal consequences for the employer.