management privileges

management privileges
   promiscuous copulation with a female employee
   A feature, it is said, of the entertainment industry. Also as managerial privileges:
    On the bed upstairs, Julie had let him enjoy what are known in show business as 'management privileges'. (Allbeury, 1981)
    Tammy gave what we call 'managerial privileges' to agents, impresarios and the rest of the gang. (Allbeury, 1980)

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