The article touches on topic of fraternisation between employees in organizations. Rajiv says, ““Somehow, Indian culture relates these aspects with morality and leaves it to the judgment of the people at large. Organisations also prefer to keep a blind eye until such relationships have a business impact, people impact or a brand impact,” read more about what other leaders have to say on the topic of non-fraternisation policies and their impact on the organizations.
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