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The dating scene is filled with people who seek others who are like them. They want someone who is like them, shares certain interests and has similar goals. These are the most common traits that people look for when deciding who to date. There are dozens of places where you can find like-minded people that share similar interests. One of the most common places that people develop an attraction to others is at work.

21 Unbelievable Workplace Romance Statistics

Dating in the workplace articles
Dating in the workplace articles
Dating in the workplace articles

Love At Work: Is It Ever OK To Date A Co-Worker? : Life Kit : NPR

Number of employers using them doubled in past 8 years, SHRM survey finds. Members may download one copy of our sample forms and templates for your personal use within your organization. Neither members nor non-members may reproduce such samples in any other way e. The number of romances blooming at work may not have increased much in the past eight years, but company policies addressing them sure have, according to a new survey by the Society for Human Resource Management SHRM. Moreover, those policies are a lot stricter today than they were in , the last time SHRM conducted its Workplace Romance survey of HR professionals.

Can I Date That Co-Worker? What To Consider Before An Office Romance

If you own a company, chances are you've had to decide and at times reassess whether to allow consensual dating and romantic relationships among your employees -- or, in legalese, whether and to what extent to adopt an office "non-fraternization" policy. Although there are no laws which outright prohibit interoffice relationships, as shown in the news of late, they carry obvious risks , such as:. Lastly, when romantic relationships fail and let's not kid ourselves -- they usually do , there is the possibility one or both participants may view the once blissful and consensual detente through a lens of revisionist history -- fertile ground for headline-grabbing and costly sex harassment litigation. On the other hand, many view workplace relationships as an inevitable byproduct of today's interconnected world. This trend may continue to gain steam.
To boot such relationships can profit the organization, too, because employees self incurred romantic energy flows through the very grain of the daily work responsibilities when the employees actually eagerly wait for another day to come when they will go to work and meet each other. Such enthusiasm also brings more zeal and dynamism to their work Gray, In a survey of over manager and executives in by the American Management Association, 30 percent said they had dated a co-worker, and two-thirds said they approved of employees' dating in the workplace. Of those 67 percent, 96 percent said it was okay to date co-workers, and 24 percent said it was okay for employees to date their bosses.
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