So, making hateful and generalized statements might be a reason to re-evaluate yourself and your job choices instead of blaming others or a company.i work at ahome depot in PA, there was a dh dating a hc, not only did they date but they got married and had a baby together, and everything was fine, yet two cashiers started dating and they were told that one of them had to leave the store, yet the dh who is also a key carrier and the hc were not only dating but were married so why was it that one of the cashiers had to go but it was fine for those two, but i guess it all depends on who you know and who you blow, a lot of things what go on in the home depot is not fair and i think that a lot of managers need to take their head from their asses and stop playing favorites, if there is going to be one rule for one then there should be the same rule for all, and they should not pick and choose as to who can do what and who cant do what because then that causes a big divide within the store and if you are not part of the "click" then you have to always mind your p's and q's and walk on eggshells because anything that you do will be put iunder a microscope Had a DH and HC who were married.....of a sudden "policy" changed and one had to leave the store and transfer to another. just got told today that i have to turn in my keys due to policy changes in may of this year.Cold hard fact is though, sometimes its just karma! Call the awareness line on other associates because you have a personal issue with them.Complain about associates or other DHs that don't do there job, but at the same time you abuse the system and eventually you will get HIT WITH IT! She had forced her hand in so many time it was bound to get BIT!
I am now working for a very small company where there are only 2 girls (including me) and the boss is dating the other girl! She's a nice girl though, I'm in a position above her, and we don't interact much actually...work opposite each other.
They're really good about providing lateral transfers when needed to avoid conflict. Clients I'm not sure about, but we're the major hospital in the region so I'm sure there's guidelines.
I'm a gummint civilian employee and not only is there no rule about "No dating" - we have a number of married couples who met here and continue to work here.
i understand policy and work hard follow policy at all times-only found out about the nepotism change on dec. The sad fact is, once you accept "keys" and the responsability that goes along with it, you are accepting yourself as a "non-salaried member of management".
It has been policy for quite some time at Home Depot that management is not allowed to date, though it happens.