Articles about Office Romance
Survey: 33% of bad office romances result in a termination
A recent survey from global outplacement and executive coaching firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas, Inc., found that 62% of HR leaders said their employer has had to manage “a romantic relationship” that was unsuccessful or “inappropriate” in the office. Of those, 33% led to at least one person involved getting fired.
Your paycheck may not matter to a date, but your debt does
When you first start dating someone, you're evaluating them for compatibility with your values, searching for clues for where their interests meet yours. Two new surveys have found that how much our dates earn is not a concern, but whether or not they are in debt definitely does.
At Facebook, you can only ask out your coworker once
A new Wall Street Journal report found that at Facebook, dating employees is treated with a one-and-done strike policy: employees are only allowed to ask a co-worker out once. If the coworker is not interested, the other coworker must move on and cannot ask them out again.
Office romances at lowest level in 10 years, but employee-boss relationships up 47%
Although "office romance" has dropped to its lowest level in 10 years, with 36% of employees 'fessing up to dating someone they work with, employee-boss relationships of the same nature are up.
Survey: Office romance hits the lowest point in 10 years
Career Builder’s yearly Valentine’s Day survey found that 'office romance' has sunk to the lowest point in 10 years.
3 ways to tell if your relationship is ruining your career
Giving your best both at work and in love is a tough task for most people, and it's a big reason why work/life balance continues to be a pressing topic for many professionals. Is your relationship hurting your career?
This is how gender equality is changing dating
At present, the desire for a young, attractive partner of the opposite sex tends to be more prevalent in men than in women. Women, meanwhile, are more likely to prioritize money and status over youth and beauty. Is this a permanent condition?
Don’t back down. This is how to deal with hypercompetitive people at work.
Whether it's your boss, your spouse or your friend, work can make people competitive. Here's how to handle it.
The aftermath of an office affair can get ugly. Ellen Pao explains why.
When an office affair goes wrong, you need a plan.
More than half of Americans have had an affair at work. Here’s what to do when you find out about one.
Sometimes you discover more than you need to know. Tread carefuly.
This Swedish town rejected the idea of an hour-long ‘weekly sex break’
You'll just have to wait until you get home.
Feeld wants to be workplace Tinder, so what could possibly go wrong?
The office watercooler cannot slake this thirst.
Your work spouse should probably make your real spouse jealous
A work spouse can become as close to you as a marriage spouse — and frequently the relationships outlast actual marriages.