You are a manager in charge of a section of 30 employees in a large corporation. This morning one of your employees—Jane Lee—enters your office and tells you she thinks two members of your staff are having an affair. These employees are married—but not to each other. Jane is afraid that if it is true, others in the office will inevitably find out about it, harming morale and productivity. She suggests that you discreetly monitor their emails to see if they provide evidence of an affair. If you find evidence, you can nip the problem in the bud. If there is no problem, you do not have to embarrass yourself by talking with the employees.
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