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If the rules say no inter-office dating and you want to keep your job, keep your thoughts -- and your hands -- to yourself.
If you ask a co-worker out and she/he says no, that's it. Do not ask again, do not sulk, do not make further references to the encounter, jokes or innuendos, Clarence.
‘Love contracts’ and policies on romantic relationships in the workplace however are, like the book, becoming more prolific and mainstream.
Discrimination and harassment law in the UK covers all areas of the employment relationship from beginning to end, including job adverts, recruitment, conduct during employment, work social events, dismissal and giving references.
If a relationship between two employees has or is likely to have an impact on working relationships, contrary to the British instinct to not meddle in people’s private lives, it is an employer’s business.
Be aware of any potential consequences to your career before starting a relationship and agree on boundaries and expectations. You may get fired, but at least you won't get slapped with a sexual harassment suit. Too many careers have been killed when people have dropped their guard at an office party.
Create a workplace prenup Before moving forward in a relationship, have a candid conversation about what might happen if things go south. adults said they've had romantic relations with a co-worker that made work uncomfortable. Don't fish in your boss's pond If your new "love bunny" works in the same department as you do, be prepared to change departments or tell your boss. Date up, not down If you have a choice, it's always safer dating someone above you. No flirting, furtive glances in the elevator or taps on the derriere. Never use company email to exchange love notes or anything remotely suggestive. If you must profess your undying affection while at work, use a private web-based email service like Yahoo or Hotmail. Don't drink and date Be wary of office parties and more than 2 drinks.