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The pitch for a ‘universal bonk ban’ to save workplaces

Liam Bartlett

Jenna Price, columinst at the Age and Sydney Morning Herald, says workplaces should implement a universal ‘bonk bank’ to stop colleagues having office relationships.

Jenna says modern technology means for many people work never stops, they receive emails early in the morning and late at night and work is all-consuming.

“Because of this we don’t get out anymore, we don’t look around, we are looking for fun in our own office and I think that is where the whole problem starts,” she said.

“The universal bonk ban is kind of tongue in cheek, but where there is a terrible power balance it causes mayhem in the office.

“It starts to have a really big impact on the people around them too.”

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