IntroductionWhen I look around and see…I see that many people are involved in multiple relations with opposite gender…either they are maintaining all relations at a time and one after another. I wonder, if this is a status symbol or side effects of globalization…a genuine need and just lust. You may wonder, why a HR Professional is discussing about such relations? Well, if such relations can exist in open…so, I don’t think there is any harm in discussing about it. Human Resource Department deals with Human Behaviour, Human Emotions, Human Values, Human Joys, Happiness and Human Sentiments…and in such relations we see all these emotions.Just have a look at this1. Jennifer O’Neil (Actress)…married nine times.2. Elizabeth Taylor (Two Times Academy Awards winning Actress)…married eight times.3. Clark Gable of “Gone with Wind” fame…married five times.4. Larry King (Talk Show Host)…married seven times.5. Legendary Beauty…Rita Hayworth…married five times.6. Rex Harrison (Actor)…Married six times.7. Marilyn Monroe (Actress)…married three times8. Louis Armstrong (Jazz Musician) married six times.9. Brigette Bardot (Actress) married four times.Why only these film stars and celebrities? There are many powerful people from different walks of life…who have more than one relation. Bookers Prize-winner Salman Rushdie married four times. Many politicians have two… Read full this story
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