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A legal assistant wrote to Greg Giangrande, columnist and HR executive in the media industry, about a crush on one of her firm’s partners going through a divorce.
His take on it? Get a new job and flirt outside the office. He points out on one hand, mutually consenting adults working together have the right to “do whatever they want in private.”
That said, there are consequences to actions to prepare for. He suggests to stop flirting and focus on work.
He adds, “If he gets divorced, and you want to start a relationship, find another job — and date like normal people with normal dating complications.”
Vault Survey Dishes Office Romances: ‘Used to Have an Office Wife Until It Turned Romantic & Went South; Now I Have an Office Ex-Wife’
Happy Valentine’s Day, one and all!
With the spirit of the holiday in mind, we need to talk about office romances.
This just in…move over Match.com, step aside HowAboutWe. If you’re looking for romance this Valentine’s Day, it might be found in your very own office.
According to a new Careerbuilder survey, 39 percent of participating employees mentioned they dated a co-worker at least once during their career. Not only that, but wedding bells rang for 30 percent of people who dated a co-worker! Not too shabby odds, eh? In fact, most respondents indicated they were open about their office romance and didn’t keep it hidden. Read more
Ever heard of the term “coffice romance?” You have now.
It’s no surprise when freelancers lack an office, they head to the local coffee shop to work. And just like a “real” office, sparks may begin to fly.
For instance, today’s New York Post focuses on a freelance writer who worked at her local cafe before being approached by a guy about the book she was reading for research. Well, they hit it off, went out that night and moved from the cafe to a local bar. Read more