Surviving An Office Breakup


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Thursday, May 11, 2017

Surviving An Office Breakup

While some office romances can bloom and grow in surprising ways—think Michelle and Barack Obama—others can be a lot like unguided missiles: they crash and burn.

But life happens, especially where you spend a third of your day.

According to a CareerBuilder survey, 37 percent of workers have dated a co-worker at some point. Another survey by career website Vault.com,(http://www.vault.com/blog/workplace-issues/2015-office-romance-survey-results/) says that five out of 10 business professionals have engaged in office romance.

Let’s say you’re one of those people who fell for the cute coworker in the corner cubicle or that good-looking hunk down the hall. And now, you can’t help but wonder what’s love got to do with it between the two of you. It’s a matter of when, not if, the relationship will break up and you worry about how the split will affect your reputation and productivity. Click to Read More…

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