If You’re Going To Take The Chance, Do It Right: 15 Tips For Successful Dating In The Workplace

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January 25, 2013 ‐ By Ashley Page

A lot of people frown upon dating in the workplace as it can easily get in the way of things and cause a lot of problems if the relationship goes sour. However, we can’t always stop liking or loving the people we’re meant to be with. If you want to date someone in your workplace, here are 15 tips to keep in mind and pull it off as easily as possible.

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Don’t let your relationship interfere with your work

When dating in the workplace, your job has to come first. You don’t want your boss or his boss noticing that your relationship is causing you to work at an unsatisfactory level. Make sure you continue to meet all of your deadlines and put your best effort forward.

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  • Cinnamon71

    Been there, done that! My advice to anyone considering it is to Just Say No!!! There is a reason for that famous saying “You don’t Sh## where you eat”

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/PC3VICMILDFDI2RKWVJQ5ACD24 jason

    how about just not doing it at all! Of course there are those who are exceptions but believe me you all arent the norm.

  • Mrstoyou

    The best advice is…….. DON’T Even go there with your coworker, Keep it professional! If you are going to go there take time to review your situation. Is your place of employment your career or are you working with said company to get by, do you have enough reserves in the bank in case you get fired or quit because of your relationship with your coworker. There are many things to think about. What about your reputation if you and this person have a falling out. Not only that would you want that person to know everytime you got paid??? I will be cautious.

  • Meyaka

    Good advice. Discretion is indeed the key.

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