Co worker dating boss
After you begin dating, make sure your feelings remain mutual.
Your partner should not feel pressured to stay in the relationship.
As long as all parties are okay with moving forward, you may decide to take the plunge.
That doesn't mean you should go public with your new relationship at work. With social networking sites and tv reality shows encouraging us to let the world witness our most personal moments, discretion has become a dying art.
Unless you or your partner plans to quit your job, seeing each other every day might be unavoidable. If you and your partner are also subordinate and boss, there could be trouble ahead.
It is most prudent to avoid a romance in this case but if you decide not to, don't let your feelings for one another influence how to do your job.
Don't even joke about it, for example, by saying or implying that you won't take no for an answer.
Sexual harassment suits are unpleasant for everyone involved.
Be aware of what constitutes it and don't do anything that a colleague could take for an unwanted sexual advance.
Don't even head out on a first date until you think seriously about it.
First, find out if your organization has a formal policy that forbids employees dating one another.