As a matter of policy, I never consider dating a co-worker. If things go wrong, the consequences could be disastrous. I may not be able to focus on my job, even lose my job, or something worse. The stakes are too high, and I personally feel that risk is not worth taking, especially since there is no dearth of women outside my workplace. Suppose I feel someone at my workplace is perfect for me, I'd even go the extent of switching jobs if I really want to date her (hasn't happened yet, but just saying).
So what are your views about this? Are you open to dating a co-worker in spite of the risks involved, or would you rather not take that route?
- YesVote A
- NoVote B
- Yes, but only if it's a short term jobVote C
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My boyfriend and I got hired to work at the same restaurant, but he works in the kitchen and I work front of house. As such, it's really not that big of a deal. I barely (if ever) see him while I'm there, so I don't think there's any harm in it. If you're constantly interacting with that coworker, however, I think it's a bad idea.0