Workplace Romance Laura Clark

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  • Workplace Romance Laura Clark

    1. 1. Laura Clark, Jake Specht,Danna Keck, Nicole Leyendecker
    2. 2. Proposition Workplace romances should be allowed in organizations without any rules or policies.
    3. 3.  Workplace romance is defined: ◦Definition
    4. 4.  More time spent at work More women in the workplace  Fewer policies improves employee moraleMain Points
    5. 5. ◦ 10-12 hours at the office ◦ 7 hours for sleep ◦ 2 hours to eat ◦ 1 to commute ◦ Only leaves 2-4 Hours for else!More Time Spent at Work
    6. 6. ◦ 40+ Hours a week are spent at work ◦ No need to shop aroundMore Time Spent at Work
    7. 7. ◦ Safe and secure place to meet ◦ Get to know each other firstMore Time Spent at Work
    8. 8. ◦Same principles ◦Same ambitionsMore Time Spent at Work
    9. 9. ◦Academic backgrounds ◦Value educationMore Time Spent at Work
    10. 10. ◦ More women strive for a career ◦ Career equally important as relationshipsMore Women In The Workplace
    11. 11. ◦ See women as equal partners ◦ More women are in management positionsMore Women In The Workplace
    12. 12. ◦Financially secure ◦ResponsibleMore Women In The Workplace
    13. 13. ◦ Be open about relationships ◦ Let them be themselvesMore Women In The Workplace
    14. 14. ◦Happier employeesFewer Policies ImprovesEmployee Morale
    15. 15. ◦ More satisfied employeesFewer Policies ImprovesEmployee Morale
    16. 16. ◦ No “Big Brother”Fewer Policies ImprovesEmployee Morale
    17. 17. ◦ Family orientedFewer Policies ImprovesEmployee Morale
    18. 18. 49% of office relationships result in marriage or long-term partnerships91% of companies don’thave formal policiesregulating datingamong co-workers.Important Statistics
    19. 19.  79% of managers have been aware of or involved in office romance 74% of managers believe it’s okay to date a co-workerImportant Statistics
    20. 20. “You can’t legislate love or emotions. They just happen- whenever andwherever. I feel very strongly about nothave rules you can’t enforce. You shouldn’t try to control things you can’t control.” ◦ Charlene Solomon from The Secret’s Out

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