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This is a common situation,
under the law an employer can stop dating in the workplace, however
in terms of protecting the company from a potential lawsuit,
you would have to either transfer positions to where your other does not have any role,
there is no "love contract" that could ever protect an employer or an employee from sexual harassment,
the reason is that it has to apply when the parties break up,
and that is where the issues happen,
if one party stops the relationship, potential liability can occur especially if one party is in a higher position then the other at work.
so what can be done to insure there is no liability
not possible to move.only 4 emloyees.
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