Dating coworkers lawsuit
Before you choose to ask the hottie in the cubicle next to you for a date, read the employee handbook.
If it's really a major issue with HR, you may want to wait until you have another job lined up before you ask them out.
So, I took an unofficial survey to feel out the scene. Couples either overdo it and ignore each other, or way-to-obviously exchange sly smiles and "accidentally" keep bumping into each other. Of course if there is a power differential that's a whole new ballpark. As for me, I just think it would add a lot of unnecessary drama.
It is more likely to apply to relationships that involve hierarchal differences. It could make work a little more exciting and entice you to actually do your hair and makeup before going in. "It's no one's business but your own." Snaps on snaps to this, because it really should just apply to all relationships.
Doing this will ruin your legitimacy among professionals in your field, and if things end up getting broken off, then everything you worked for can disappear.
If you don't, you may end up committing career suicide this way.
Studies have shown that there are two different industry categories that tend to get people dating in the same company.
The person who gave me this answer just felt that you should go for what you want and just not give a sh*t...
I'm not exactly sure what it means but we are just going say it could be anywhere from a committed relationship to sleeping with them.
For the most part, I see it as a case-by-case kind of issue.