Something we don't often think about before it's too late is how will our employees interact with eachother?
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A great topic to broach Cece. I agree with Gary, before pursuing any inter-office relationship you must know what the company policy is and ABIDE BY IT! It could be a make or break decision in your career, so tread lightly.
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If you like a coworker you should first see if it's something that's preventing you from focusing on concentrating on your work. If that's the case I would suggest you asked to be transferred to another division so you don't get fired for slacking off in your work performance. If it's not affecting your work, you should speak to your boss or supervisor and find out what rules your business has in place with romance in the office.
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Ibero, if you like a co-worker and plan on getting involved, you may want to look for a different job. I'm not trying to be mean or anthing, but most employers won't tolerate in-house relationships because of the potential for a SH suit especially if one of you is in a position of authority.
This is a very touchy (no pun intended) subject. There is really no way to broach this unless you know for sure their is mutual interest. Sometimes the only thing to do is to quit and then go for it. Not always an option, but you are clear from any form of harassment. Tough situation. Good luck...
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