I would say that it all depends. I have on two occasions dated co-workers only because at the time I was working for big companies and we both were in different divisions. It made it easier to date them becasue the only time we would really see each other is at staff meetings etc.etc. On the other hand I have worked in much smaller envioronments and I have chosen not to get involved with co workers because I knew there would be a conflict of intrest. It all depends on who the person is and thier maturaty level. Also there need to be some ground rules in place. Whether the relationship works out or comes to an end, both parties should maintain and protect thier privacy and remember not to bring personal issues to work.View Thread
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