When it happens at work, you have a big decision to make. You’ll get to grab lunch together, maybe carpool to work together and take advantage of those extra moments that you would miss out on if you and your partner worked in separate offices.
A survey conducted by Workplace Options reveals this view is heavily influenced by the generation you talk to.Luckily for us, we now have the convenience of sending an online message without the need for small talk or Dutch courage. You’ve always been interested in your colleague at work, but have never found yourself in the right place at the right time.You’ve decided to try online dating and, lo and behold, your co-worker’s profile is right there on your screen. The answer may seem obvious – click on to the next profile, but the fact is that this person has placed their profile online for the same reason you have. Can you really pass up an opportunity to find romance or even love just because you share the same boss?In a well-argued, well-researched piece on NYMag.com, Ann Friedman makes her case for never mixing work and dating.Despite it being more convenient for 20-something women who are trying to make "serious strides in before to make tough decisions about marriage and kids" to find potential suitors in the office, Friedman thinks that having a "co-worker-boyfriend hybrid" remains a bad idea.You have a golden opportunity to find out more about your co-worker by checking out their profile.