Chief Executive points out existing relationship with existing employee.
Offer made under terms of Employment agreement with recognition of relationship
Ethics Committee decides that the relationship is unworkable under any circumstances and demands existing employee be terminated for pre-existing relationship, creating a potential cause of unfair employment practices by the lady being terminated.
A committee assigned to negotiate this termination recommends giving her raises which she was due before hiring the chief executive and then assisting her in finding a position outside of the company.
There is no scandal here, and though there was a period where she was working at the same place, the issue is about how her termination was handled.
These folks essentially accept your position and acted to resolve the situation, but now that all of the players played by the rules, folks who want to destroy the new CEO are misrepresenting the facts so as to create a perception of unethical behavior.
You are not being reasonable or fair, you are just spouting.
‘You are not being reasonable or fair, you are just spouting.’
Nope, I’m an employer. And I know better than to have a sexual relationship with an employee of mine.
You want to blame me for pointing out the obvious, no problem. But the fact remains the same.