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  This is the problem the employee is having:  
I work for a company where two of the directors are having an affair. This would not be a problem except that the company has a very strict no fraternization policy and one of the people involved is married. The one who is not married has not been very private about the affair, so several of us know about it. The only people who do not seem to know are the woman's husband and our boss, but our boss seems to suspect what is going on. Those of us who know are getting really sick of the two of them, acting as if there are no consequences for what they are doing, but since we have no proof, it would be our words against theirs. It would be great to have some advice on how to handle this situation.  


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