How to approach an office romance (and how not to)

Author:
Amy Gallo
Date:
May 11, 2021
Type:

Should you act on that spark of interest between you and a co-worker? Amy Gallo of Harvard Business Review weighs the pros and cons of finding romance in the workplace. Practical advice is given on how to navigate this tenuous territory.

"Lots of people meet their partners at work, and yet dating someone in the office is often frowned upon. Some companies even have explicit policies against it. So what if you and a colleague have been flirting and might want to explore a relationship? Should you steer clear? Should what’s right from a professional perspective override what’s best for your personal life? What the Experts Say..."

Source: https://hbr.org/2019/02/how-to-approach-an-office-romance-and-how-not-to

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