Some companies have policies where people may date but that the two individuals can't be working in the same department or be in a supervisor/subordinate relationship.
But with projects, you often see situations where cross-functional and/or self-organizing teams are created to solve a series of different problems. Sometimes these teams last indefinitely.
If you, as a project manager, suspect that two members of your team may be in a relationship, should this be something you should be concerned with? Risk can appear in many forms, and management finding out about the relationship could cause you to lose one or both of your team members. Additionally, if the relationship were to end, that could cause a team dynamic issue if the two members are unable to work together.
Is this something one should be concerned with? How would you handle this scenario? What is the proper procedure for handling this situation?