No dating policy at school
Exemptions to any of these provisions will be considered on a case-by-case basis and will be approved by the Senior Associate Vice President - Division of Diversity and Community Engagement, wit input from the supervisor(s) of the individual(s) involved.
Questions about the application or effect of this policy to an existing or potential relationship should be directed to OIE, HR and/or the EVPP.
A written plan developed as provided in this policy that mitigates the conflict of interest and the potential for exploitation or the appearance of exploitation or favoritism created by the consensual relationship and which plan is acknowledged and signed by the parties involved.
An individual associated with the University in a capacity other than as a student or employee who has access to University resources through a contractual arrangement or other association that has been reviewed and approved in accordance with guidelines established by Human Resources ("HR"), the Executive Vice President and Provost ("EVPP"), or the Vice President for Research.
Retaliation includes, but is not limited to threats, intimidation, reprisals and/or adverse actions related to an individual's employment or education.
The University will take appropriate steps to assure a person who in good faith reports, complains about, or participates in an investigation pursuant to this policy will not be subjected to retaliation.
Unreported consensual relationships will be considered more severe violations of this policy.
You will find a list of reporting options here: Reporting Options It is critical the University receive notification of consensual relationships covered by this policy so as to prevent conflicts of interest, favoritism, and exploitation.
This policy is not intended to apply to marriage relationships.
Refer to HOP 5-1260 - Employment of Close Relatives (Nepotism), for information concerning these types of relationships.
If you work at Airbnb and want to date a co-worker, you get just one shot to ask them out.
“You can only ask another employee on a date once, and it can’t be someone in your chain of management, so not your boss or someone on your team,” an Airbnb employee told Market Watch, referring to training he received at the company’s San Francisco headquarters.