Employer dating employee
An increasing number of companies are adding these policies, and most of these policies have thus far survived legal challenges.
If your company has such a policy, it is probably best to comply with the policy and disclose the relationship, especially if your relationship has reached a point where other coworkers are likely to find out about it.
For more information see the Workplace Fairness page dedicated to Social Networking and Computer Privacy.
Additional information can also be found at the Electronic Frontier Foundation's Blogger's FAQ on Labor Law.
Some companies concerned about sexual harassment have instituted strict "anti-nepotism" or dating policies which seek to prevent workers from dating certain or all coworkers.So if the reason for your termination is not illegal under the laws of your state, then yes, your employer can fire you for what you do on your own time, outside of work. A new trend is increasingly taking hold, where companies looking to reduce their health care costs have established not just a "no smoking" policy, but a "no smokers" policy.