Examples of workplace dating policies
3.1 The University expects: 3.2 Employees in breach of the Code of Ethics and Code of Conduct and the respective policies may be deemed misconduct and result in possible disciplinary action.
3.3 Managers are responsible for ensuring this policy and its procedures are followed and understood as appropriate to each staff member's role and function.
The policy clarifies appropriate disclosure and management of close personal relationships to avoid misunderstandings, complaints of favouritism or unfair treatment, claims of sexual harassment, or dissension that may result from the appearance of conflict of interest caused by close personal relationships amongst employees.5.5 The student may also disclose a close personal relationship to the Head or, where relevant, the Head's next-in-line manager or Committee Chair.5.6 When a relative or close personal relationship conflict arises, arrangements for avoiding the staff member's involvement in the processes listed in 4.1 above must be approved by the Head."Misconduct" for the purposes of this policy can also mean serious misconduct."Relative" means the spouse, de facto spouse, same-sex partner, son, daughter or remote issue, or brother or sister, or remote linear ancestor, parent, and relationships by marriage or law, or cultural family relationship.