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That's because working together can itself be a kind of aphrodisiac.
In a phenomenon known as the ''mere exposure effect,'' people who see each other continuously tend to like each other more, said Terri L.
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Being hush-hush can be seen as judicious or as putting additional strain on a couple; most workplace romances last less than three months.
First of all, find out if your workplace has a policy on romance and dating. If so, talk to your direct boss for advice (or another supervisor if the subject of your desire is your boss - in which case, commonsense would tell you this is maybe not the greatest of ideas).Beyond that, other employees may think that the person you are involved with is getting preferential treatment. One big issue is how to separate your personal relationship and your professional relationship.And if the relationship sours and you take negative action toward your former sweetheart -- such as a poor performance review -- he or she could contend discrimination, Ms. Displays of affection or arguing at the office make co-workers uncomfortable -- and are unprofessional.So both of you must be aware of how your behavior is affecting others. In certain situations, management may feel that your marriage will negatively affect the work product or the working environment -- and may ask one of you to leave the company. Surveys of workplaces show up to 80 per cent of employees have had a relationship, fling or affair with a co-worker.While you are in the first blush of a romance -- feeling flushed, weak-kneed and infatuated -- the last thing you want to think about is breaking up. Such instances, however, are becoming more uncommon. Some of those people end up living happily ever after, but many do not.
That way, if you decide you're not interested after all -- or it's clear that the other person isn't -- you can avoid any awkwardness, said If you decide to pursue a relationship, check your employee handbook to make sure it's not prohibited, Ms. Some companies may ask employees to sign a ''love contract,'' in which each party acknowledges that the relationship is consensual and agrees to abide by harassment and discrimination policies.