Should Employers Police Workplace Romances?

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Jay Starkman talks about Office Romance Policies with Fast Company Magazine
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Should Employers Police Workplace Romances?

Workplace policies and office romances: Engage CEO, Jay Starkman, talks to Fast Company magazine.

"The old approach for many companies was to ban office dating as a way to avoid potential liability," he says. "I couldn’t be more against that. It’s like Prohibition; all the ban does is force the activity underground. People aren’t going to stop dating because of a policy. It may have a little chilling effect, but that hurts culture because people end up sneaking around."

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How to Engage Your Employees: First, go deep

Many companies today struggle to find new and creative ways to motivate their employees. The factors that truly inspire people to go “above and beyond” are constantly changing.

Building a deeply engaged workforce takes continuous effort and commitment. There is no one formula for success, but it helps to start from the inside-out.

Read more from Jay Starkman and Alex Nadal of Engage, as published in the Business Journals

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Employees With Autism Bring Benefits and Challenges to the Workplace

"Most forward-looking employers understand the value of hiring a diverse workforce, but it’s easy for best efforts to get tripped up, especially when diversity involves what’s becoming known as neurodiversity."

Engage PEO HR Manager and Assistant General Counsel, Vanessa Matsis-McCready, shares her insights on hiring and working with people on the autism spectrum.

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