Dating fellow worker
But in most cases, office romances are a big no-no.
Keep reading to find out 12 reasons why you should never date a co-worker.
When it comes to dating in the workplace, it's always best to tread lightly.
There are a bunch of reasons why office romances can stand the test of time, and who knows, your soulmate may very well be seated in the cubicle next to you.
It's obviously not always realistic to stop working together.
Women were more likely to date up (35 percent of women; 23 percent of men).
If you're lucky enough, work is much more enjoyable if you have some hunky eye candy walking around to keep things interesting.
But having a crush on a co-worker and getting into a full blown relationship with a colleague are two totally different things.
Whether it's a boss or a colleague, bringing dating into your professional world elicits dynamics far beyond just getting caught making out in a conference room.
Do you keep things under wraps, or inform someone else above the two of you (or HR)?