|February 13, 2018
Rudner, founder of Rudner Law, says the implementation of non-fraternization policies is often a knee-jerk reaction by companies as a way to reduce risk.
“To me, it’s ridiculous to try to ban workplace relationships. Not only is there no legal basis for it, but it’s not possible in practice to enforce it,” he says. ”For many of us, work is where we spend the bulk of our time and is a big part of our social networks.
“It’s inevitable that it will lead to physical or intimate relationships from time to time,” Rudner adds.