While I don't imagine most workplaces host as much inter-office intercourse as the hot crew on Grey's Anatomy, there's no doubt that sex with co-workers is not limited to scripted TV. On last week's episode of Grey's, the Chief sent George on a mission to collect the sexual histories of the hospital's employees. More specifically, their histories of having sex with each other. Could you be subject to divulging your office affairs to your boss? Find out when you
According to ABC News, some employers are requiring romantically involved workers to sign "love contracts" that defines the nature of their relationships. Tory Johnson, workplace contributor for "Good Morning America," explained the reasoning for these contracts when she said, "Think of it in terms of a prenup. You're getting married. Someone basically [is] saying, 'We're happy. We hope it rules out. If it doesn't, we know what the rules will be.' In this particular case, you're saying to the employer, 'We'll prevent you from being held responsible for employment issues in the event of a failed personal relationship.' The employer should not have that burden. "
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