Thanks so much for publishing my question and for attempting to provide some solutions.
As fate would have it, I didn’t have to decide what to do.
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or those that insist in a aggressive way to buy products or services from them which you never need.
And you, blind of love, thinking about that beautiful young woman, are an easy potential victim for them.
She said that seeing the letter I was reading was enough to let her know that at least one person was likely already onto them, and that she felt that, awkward as it may be, she needed to disclose this to HR so that, if someone did start treating her differently as a result, it was on the record that she was aware that people knew about the affair and had good reason to treat her differently. I imagine he isn’t approached often to formally document affairs, but we both managed to carefully avoid passing any judgment as we realize it isn’t our jobs to decide whether someone’s private relationship is appropriate so long as it doesn’t impact their job performance.
We told Anna as much, and I later advised that she and Alex should continue to act professionally at work and be sure to avoid any real or perceived work conflicts (something I’d say to any employee involved in an office romance, regardless of whether it is an affair).
I wonder if I should have replied to Alex at all, or if I handled my response appropriately given that I have to take a neutral stance in the office.