By Hannah Morgan
Dating can be very similar to finding a job. When you think about all the time and effort you invest in finding the right partner, wouldn't it make sense that finding the right job is just as time consuming? Read More »
First the CIA chief resigned because of an affair; almost simultaneously, the president of Lockheed Martin was ousted due to an "inappropriate" relationship with a subordinate. Put aside the fact that both men are married and leaders of their organizations, which makes affairs more toxic. The question arises:... Read More »
By Melanie Hicken, BusinessInsider
Shopping at Whole Foods on a recent Sunday afternoon, Lisa Ronis spotted the perfect additions to her business's inventory.
But Ronis was not a chef scouting fresh produce or a sommelier seeking a rare Chardonnay. As a professional matchmaker, Ronis had her eye set on... Read More »
By Kathryn Tuggle
What's the difference between the office and a singles bar? Well, nothing for some millennials.
According to a study by employee benefits provider Workplace Options, 84 percent of employees aged 18 to 29 say they would date a co-worker, and 71 percent say they think workplace romance is... Read More »
I'm having trouble balancing being the founder of a startup and having a dating life. Can you give me some tips for making dating a priority while also being so immersed in a business that needs me?
-- Lisa T., Brooklyn, NY Read More »
By Charyn Pfeuffer
That "will they or won't they" tension can be palpable in the workplace. Although Jim Halpert and Pam Beesley of the hit series, The Office have done their best to bring the co-worker-with-benefits scenario to the mainstream, many companies (and fellow workers) still frown upon... Read More »
By Katilin Madden
Is that a co-worker knocking on your office door, or is it love? Turns out, there's a good chance it could be both.
Dating a colleague may be considered a faux pas at many companies, but that's not stopping workers from doing it anyway. According to a new CareerBuilder survey,... Read More »
Sixty-four percent of single men say they are more productive at work when they are in a relationship, compared with less than half of women, according to a survey conducted by the popular online dating community Zoosk.
Dating and sex and gender are wrapped up in so many myths it's easy to come up with... Read More »