Once you have installed the plugin, a new menu item will be created in the main navigation of your WordPress dashboard area called “Custom Fields”. Go to this menu item.
To add a new Custom field, enter a title (such as “employees” -> this will just be used so you know which pages the custom field will be added to) then select + Add Field. Next, give the field a field label of “Related blogs”. The field name will automatically be generated (“related_blogs” in this case).
For the Field Type, select “Relationship”. A new field will show up called “Post Type” -> select “Post”. Next, scroll down to rules and enter your criteria for what pages you would like this option to appear on. In this example, I would select “Page Parent” is equal to “Employees”. Now all the pages with Employees as a page parent will have this option available to them. What this does is tell the field to list all posts while you are viewing an Employee page in the Dashboard Area as a selectable list.
Now, on pages listed as children of the ‘Employee’ page, you will be able to choose articles related to that specific employee.