||In 2007, Paul Wolfowitz, president of the World Bank, was forced to resign in wake of revelations that he had secured a new pay package for bank employee Shaha Riza, who happened to be his girlfriend. When Wolfowitz took over as president in 2005, he arranged to have Riza transferred to the U.S. State Department from her position as a Middle East expert. The move was a promotion, and her salary rose to $193 590 from $133 000. Love in the workplace is an exceedingly common occurrence, with half of Americans regularly reporting in surveys that they have been involved in an office romance. What are the risks of office romances for employees? What are the risks for employers? Should companies have policies regarding workplace romances? If so, what should such a policy contain?