Attorney Sara McGrane’s insights were featured prominently in a recent MPLS Star Tribune article on workplace romance policies in the #MeToo era.
We wrote recently in a piece entitled “Ouster of McDonalds CEO Likely to Generate a McFlurry of Workplace Romance Policies” about the wave of high-profile executives leaving their organizations following revelations of their workplace romances. The Star Tribune picked up on this in their article focusing on reports of an investigation into similar allegations regarding Best Buy’s CEO Corie Barry.
Sara McGrane was quoted extensively on how these situations arise and the added pressures that employers face when allegations arise. She noted that as the public is bringing greater scrutiny to such matters, “[i]t’s a very different time to be in a leadership position when an allegation is made against you.”
You can read the entire interview by clicking here.