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is it unethical for a dentist to date a hygienist in the same office? by the way both are female.



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Their genders and sexual orientation is irrelevant. And so long as their behavior at work remains professional and objective I’d stay out of their personal life outside of work. That being said as a hygienist, I will not work for offices that have married couples working in it. Too much bias and favoritism. But unless you notice a change in the professional environment, I’d mind my own business. Also, if the fact that they’re women influences you in a negative way, maybe simply find another office.

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In some professional settings, it might be inappropriate for a boss/employer to date a subordinate/employee. What happens when they break up? Is there special treatment? Does it affect the team dynamic? Questions like these arise when bosses date employees. I’m not sure I’d call it unethical, but it might be considered inappropriate, and at the lease, awkward for the rest of the team.

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