Dating a co worker statistics
Conduct yourself like a professional and sail through this interesting life adventure with grace, and the world will wish you well! For a thousand years the conventional wisdom has been "Never date a co-worker! We spend a tremendous amount of our time at work these days.All the best, Liz"Dear Liz, I have a simple question. What better place could there be to meet someone, see how they think and act, and become friends in a safe space that isn't a club or a bar?Meeting a significant other at work may be great for your social life, but it can be like a train wreck for your career.Common sense tells you to avoid an office romance because it may reflect poorly on both of you and you know it will be awkward if things don't work out.That in itself can be problematic, but when those friendships grow into romances, watch out!If you find yourself attracted to a coworker, follow these rules to stay out of trouble.Don't visit one another at your cubicles and don't play footsie under the conference table.If you do, you will gross out your co-workers and make them hate you.
My co-worker Alyssa and I have become good friends.You could go on a date or two and decide at that point whether you want to keep working together for a while and keep your budding relationship on the down low, or whether one or both of you wants to move on.If Alyssa is bored in her job then as you say, the timing may be perfect.Because of the amount of time we spend at work, side by side with our coworkers, our social lives and professional lives often become entwined.Those relationships are sometimes quite intimate, even when they aren't romantic.
For a thousand years the conventional wisdom has been "Never date a co-worker! We spend a tremendous amount of our time at work these days.