Of course they got nothing better to do, they are in heavy debt, their parents losing their homes, they cannot afford auto insurance, so they just decide to flirt on the job. It's gonna to wreck everything in the next decade.
I, personally, do not think that dating co-workers is a good idea.I have seen, more often then not, the conflicts that are causedwhen the relationship does not work out. Each party's worksometimes suffers. Uncomfortable situations arise. I haveeven seen good, valuable employees, leave so that they donot have to encounter each other daily. However, sometimesI have seen things work out well, and some have even goneon to be married. However, that was rare compared to therelationships that did not work out. Crunching the numbers, possible fall out - not a good idea.
Keep it real please, some date a co worker to advance...their career.
I guess its understandable when you consider it to be a natural continuation of the social and emotional connections made in co ed schools . The upside is you see people in their everyday interactions with adults in their professional field . You get to observe them ,and how responsible they are .THE DOWNSIDE , should you hook up with a pscyho , you could have to make a choice between leaving a good job ,or suffering through hell , either way , when you step in IT , the smell follows you about. Or as Mrs Casterrini says in 'Moon Struck' , "Don't **** where you eat"
It's merely a 'time saving' method ... : - )
"Office Romances on the Rise!" Romance! Don't white wash it. For decades my husband and I have been employed at some large corp. offices. Over 40% of the employes have had a sexual relationships with each other. It's like on huge "swapping" party.
Sounds like my place of employment. LOL