The resource you are looking for (or one of its dependencies) could have been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable.
Please review the following URL and make sure that it is spelled correctly.
Logic tells you your romantic involvement will impact your coworkers directly.
Where people from all walks of life are captivated by the clandestine meetings of the CEO of the most revered workplace in the world.
Yet, while Larry King, Rush Limbaugh and the Washington Post revel in increased revenues, HR pros know they’re watching a dramatic display of the dangers of office liaisons—threats to worker competence, lowered productivity, demoralized co-workers, secrecy, potential conflict-of-interest, and worst of all, claims of invasion of privacy and sexual-harassment lawsuits.
We may titter, but even with all of the problems, we also know it won’t go away. Predictably, because of the glitz and visibility of recent cases, there’s a rush to prevent similar bad outcomes throughout every level of society.
Predictably, they’re often fear-based, knee-jerk reactions that seem as serious as David Letterman’s Top Ten Lists.
So before you pencil in a date with your office desire, schedule dinner with some nonwork-related friends.
You'd be surprised what might happen if you start nurturing your other relationships. Suddenly, Cupid shoots his arrow, and it hits the person in the next office. If things do work out, one of you may have to go, because it's against company policy to date fellow employees. Let's say you become involved with someone in your department, and you receive a promotion. Better start popping extra vitamins and heighten your sense of discretion. You'd like to meet that special someone, but you just don't know where to look. One of you may need to leave the job if things don't work out.Your heart starts beating faster, and blood rushes to your head. Now you're in a relationship with your subordinate. And what happens when it comes to conducting reviews and disciplining your honey? You'll need a lot of energy and concentrated effort to keep your office romance just between the two of you. If you're smart, you will deal with the real world and anticipate plenty of bloodshed before this tale concludes.If you spend a little more time away from the office and your coworkers, you might give Cupid a chance to improve his aim.