Dating someone at work
So before you pencil in a date with your office desire, schedule dinner with some nonwork-related friends.
You can rail against the unfairness of it all, but think of it this way: If life were fair, you wouldn't be in this dilemma, and the arrow would have pierced the heart of someone nice who works for the company across the street. Unfortunately, this is not a tale by the Brothers Grimm, so you can't count on a happy ending. Will you be peering around corners to make sure your former love isn't in the hall and avoiding the company picnic for fear your ex will flaunt a new love interest? Before you throw your next promotion to the wind, here are five reasons dating your co-worker might not be such a good idea.Logic tells you your romantic involvement will impact your co-workers directly.If you sit together in the company cafeteria, will people now feel they should give you privacy?Think about how a harassment suit will impact your career.
Perhaps right about now you'll want to reconsider and join an online dating service instead.
Asking Them Out Maintaining Professionalism Maintaining Your Relationship Community Q&A Dating can be hard, but it can be all the more difficult if you are interested in a coworker.
Having to worry about company policy, your peers and your supervisor can really put a damper on a romantic connection.
And while you're at it, join some professional associations.
They offer many opportunities to socialize while moving your career forward.
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