Rules on dating in the workplace
We explicitly prohibit non-consensual relationships. Before you decide to date a colleague, please consider any problems or conflicts of interest that may arise.
For example, if you’re working with a colleague on an important project, a relationship between the two of you (or a possible breakup) could affect your work.
All these break our code of conduct about respect in the workplace and you will face disciplinary action.
If your former partner behaves this way, report them to HR and we will investigate as soon as possible.
Sexual harassment is prohibited, including seemingly harmless actions.
For example, an employee who keeps flirting when their colleague doesn’t respond favorably is breaking our sexual harassment policy. For more details on what constitutes sexual harassment and how to report it, please refer to our anti-harassment policy.
We also set some standards for acceptable behavior when flirting with colleagues.You should do everything possible to prove that you’re treating every team member in a fair and professional way.Document every information or incident necessary for performance reviews and ask for your manager or HR’s advice if you need to discipline or reward your former partner.This policy applies to all our employees regardless of gender, sexual orientation or other protected characteristics.In the context of this policy, “employee dating” includes consensual romantic relationships and sexual relations.
If you broke our rules by dating someone who’s a direct report or below the acceptable level of seniority, it’s in your best interest to disclose your relationship as you may face more severe disciplinary action when you’re discovered.