72 Percents Of Office Daters Go Public

72 Percents Of Office Daters Go Public Cover
There was a time when office romances were frowned upon for obvious reasons: gossip, messy breakups, sexual harassment suits. But nowadays, it seems that 72% of office daters go public with their relationship, compared with 46% only 5 years ago.

According to the 2009 survey by CareerBuilder.com, 40% of employees say they've dated a colleague at some point in their career; 30% say they married the person they dated.

Considering that most people spend well over 9 hours a day at work, it's only fitting that they meet and fall in love with someone at their workplace.

The survey consisted of 8,000 people so it's pretty obvious that dating at work is a mainstay, despite office policy.

But there are rules when it comes to workplace dating:

AVOID A SUPERVISOR-SUPERVISEE RELATIONSHIP. This can lead to a host of issues including lawsuits in which the supervisee can claim that they felt compelled to say yes to their boss when asked out. If you can't help yourself, make sure to sign a contract first.

THINK ABOUT LOSING YOUR JOB. Breakups are tough, no doubt, but imagine breaking up and then leaving your job on top of that. Before plunging head first into a relationship, make sure that it's worth losing your job over.

Suggested free e-books to read:

Elena Petrova - Scam Prevention Tips For Online Dating
John Alanis - Secrets Of Natural Attraction Product
Philip Redhead - Best Places For First Dates

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