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Gregg Ward, Workplace Consultant puts it this way: “There are a lot of “creeps” (both men and women) out there in the world; dating and falling for someone you work with is a lot easier/safer than trying to meet someone in clubs, bars, etc.And, once the romance starts, it can be very exciting “pretending” to your colleagues that you’re not dating.Simply was selected by Time magazine as one of the "50 Coolest Websites 2005" and honored as "Best of the Web" by Business Week.Ahh, Monday morning; that annoying time to get up early, schlep into the office and get back to the stresses of the job. An office romance may make Monday mornings easier and more fun. Know the rules Before even entertaining the thought of wooing a co-worker, check your company’s employee handbook.If the rules say no inter-office dating and you want to keep your job, keep your thoughts – and your hands - to yourself.
Don’t fish in your boss’s pond If your new “love bunny” in the same department as you do, be prepared to change departments or tell your boss. Date up, not down If you have a choice, it’s always safer dating someone above you.Keep your privates private Don’t gab about your new romance.Love in the workplace becomes dangerous when it’s out in the open for others to scrutinize.Contractors, consultants, and interns can all spell trouble, Mr. Just because they don't work for your company full-time doesn't mean that the rules of the game are any different when it comes to dating these folks (at least while they're under your roof).Survey says: 7% of men and 11% of women have dated a boss or superior7.
Make sure s/he’s single, not one to kiss and tell, and most importantly, not related to your boss. If you ask a co-worker out and she/he says no, that’s it. Do not ask again, do not sulk, do not make further references to the encounter, jokes or innuendos, Clarence.