Romance in the workplace has been something of a hot and steamy topic over the last 12 months, with tales of illicit rendezvous between colleagues taking up almost as many column inches as Brexit.
Most will have read about the former McDonald’s boss, Steve Easterbrook, who was forced from his role amidst claims of “poor judgement” following a consensual relationship with an employee. Plenty will have clicked on the story revealing that former British Airways Chief Executive, Willie Walsh, was involved with a colleague – something the airline insisted had nothing to do with his subsequent departure. A quick Google search shows that even everyone’s favourite daytime presenters, Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield, have admitted to workplace flings – albeit not with each other.
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