Public Display of Affection

I am looking to create a policy on Public Display of Affection. Can anyone direct me where I can find information regarding the subject?

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    I am looking to create a policy on Public Display of Affection. Can anyone direct me where I can find information regarding the subject? Your first post! Welcome to the Forum. :welcome:

    Probably the closest we have would be a personal conduct policy. It doesn't prohibit PDAs specifically, but addresses behavior in general, including:
    Engaging in conduct unbecoming an employee of [Organization Name] and/or conduct that appears to reflect badly upon the organization.
    Participating in any action that would in any way interfere with or disturb the normal operation of the organization or that would interfere with the ability of management to manage.
    You might consider something like ...
    All employees should practice commonsense rules of good taste and respect for coworkers. This includes observing a professional standard of behavior while at work and at company-sponsored events. Employee conduct should be respectful and not offensive to others. Offensive behavior can be somewhat subjective and what is not offensive to one employee may very offensive to another. With that in mind, employees should refrain from [Insert list of unacceptable behavior].

    A wide selection of sample policies are available on our websites:

    http://www.hrlaws.com
    http://www.hr.blr.com

    Sharon

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