Hanky, panky, and spanky: consensual sexual conduct in the workplace

It starts with a call—sometimes anonymous, sometimes with a name attached—to inform you about something going on at work that you might not be aware of: Two of your employees have become involved in a romantic relationship, and the caller isn't happy about it. As an employer, your first thought is always who is complaining? A client, a customer, a coworker—someone who has a foundation for a possible sexual harassment claim? And what do I need to do about it?

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