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By Katheen D. Weron 

Beginning in 1986, the United States Supreme Court has placed the duty of ending sexual harassment in the workplace on the employer. As a result, most companies have concerned themselves with policies that prohibit unwelcome sexual harassment. Nowadays, however, conscientious companies are wise to review their codes of conduct and policies against sexual harassment and add consensual dating relationship rules to their anti-harassment policies.

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