MeToo | Facebook & Airbnb staff get one shot to date co-workers

Facebook & Airbnb staff get one shot to date co-workers

Google, Facebook and Airbnb have revised dating policies, which will give employees one shot at asking co-workers on a date.

The movement comes as employers try to stamp out workplace sexual harassment and try to avoid sexual harassment claims that have previously plagued other firms such as Uber, according to MarketWatch.

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Comments (1)

  • John
    Tue, 2 Jul 2019 1:55pm BST
    Yet at same time HR and leadership wants to humanise the workplace experience however wants to regulate, govern , monitor human relationships. What ethical dilemmas it faces. Best work flexibly, remotely on gigs and date whoever one wants wherever.