A labor court in Germany has ruled that Wal-Mart can not bar employees from having relationships with co-workers and that a proposed hot line for reporting violations of company code by other workers at the retailer was against the law. Should companies be legally allowed to bar employees from dating co-workers? You must be logged in to post a comment. Way over the top, and impossible to control. You might as well herd cats. I became involved with the woman who became my wife while we were co-workers, and she later became my boss.
What is Walmart's dating policy?
New York State Sues Wal-Mart Over Employee Dating Policy - Los Angeles Times
The dating or fraternization policy adopted by an organization reflects the culture of the organization. Employee-oriented, forward-thinking workplaces recognize that one of the places where employees meet their eventual spouse or partner is at work. But, relationships can also go awry and result in friction and conflict at work. This can affect the team, the department, and even the mood of the organization when stress permeates the air.
Walmart Changes Attendance Policy
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Next time you go into a Walmart store, you may notice an employee staring at her cellphone. But she's not goofing off: The employee will probably be checking inventory or reviewing sales data. That's because Walmart just announced that it will now let employees use their own cell phones for work, according to Business Insider. Plus, the company will provide employees discounts on their phone bills. The change came in response to feedback from employees that they preferred to use their phones rather than store-issued devices to access information or perform certain tasks.