Dating in the Workplace: Understanding and Managing Risks in Workplace Relationships

March 24, 2022 at 1:00pm2:00pm (EDT)

Join Verrill attorneys Beth Smith and Liz Johnston on March 24, 2022, for the ACC Northeast’s webinar, Dating in the Workplace: Understanding and Managing Risks in Workplace Relationships. There they will discuss what you need to know about potential corporate risks from workplace romances and relationships, including how relationships can lead to claims of discrimination and sexual harassment.

This session will address the legal risks deriving from romantic relationships in the workplace, including for relationships between executives and employees that involve a power imbalance. Beth and Liz will also offer practical guidance for responding to and investigating claims of discrimination and harassment arising from workplace relationships, preventing sexual harassment in the workplace, and managing coworkers' workplace relationships to mitigate risks before problems arise. Whatever your industry, this session is sure to offer tips and tools so that even when love hurts, your best practices don't have to.

To learn more about this event and to register, please click here.


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