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    We do we use plural relationship?

    Their relationships with the company...
    Their relationship with the company...

    Their relationships with each other...
    Their relationship with each other...

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    Re: relationships

    If the relationships are different, each to their own, then you need the plural. If together they have developed a single relationship (as, perhaps, you are speaking of a group dynamic) then it's singular.

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