Dating a friend and coworker
A CBS spokesperson explains how couples that meet in the workplace already have similar interests, and that close-friendships-turned-relationships are almost inevitable — despite how much supervisors typically frown upon them.
Is familiarity breeding contempt, or do these office romances hold the key to lasting love? Be Clear Of Your Expectations When you throw ‘nearly naked on a daily basis’ into the whole proximity and common interest mix, there’s almost a sure-fire chance that a hookup is brewing.
No matter your education, your experience, or your title, if you can't play well with others, you will never accomplish your work mission.
They found that whether you have a best friend at work was one of the twelve key questions asked of employees that predicted job satisfaction.
Is it just you, or is that guy that you awkwardly stumbled into on your first day on the job getting cuter by the minute?
Did he get a new haircut, or switch up his wardrobe?
Probably not, according to a British survey conducted by the CBS network.
Of the 2,000 men and women surveyed, 14 percent of couples that met through work ended up getting married, compared to 11 percent that were first introduced by mutual friends.
“It was great for about five minutes,” she said, “until we began to bring our work fights home and our home fights to work.