Likely not, but again, it really depends on any specific policies and procedures the employer may have in place. When Romance Becomes Harassment State and federal anti-harassment laws require employers to take all reasonable actions to prevent unlawful harassment in the workplace. Love contracts are an attempt to get the employer off the hook, says Hannah Reed, senior employment rights officer at the TUC.
This is commonly known as the "Love Contract" approach. Holding hands or briefly kissing may be seen as inappropriate but won't justify dismissal, whereas more explicit behaviour might. It could ultimately lead to an employer having to lose star employees who are faced with the decision of choosing love over continued employment — in the end, it could end up costing the employer money. This seems to be the overwhelming favorite for smaller companies or companies that are just starting to formalize employee training. Some companies also require employees to enter into a written disclosure of their relationship, commonly referred to as a "love contract.