Lawyers in the U.K. are split on how firms should handle workplace relationships in the wake of the #MeToo movement, according to a survey by Law.com International’s U.K. arm, Legal Week.
More than half of the 105 respondents, most of whom are based in the U.K., said that they had been in relationships with people at work at some point in their life. But there was little consensus on how involved employers should act in such situations.
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