So sex with the boss jeopardizes his position as well as yours. After all, according to the Times Online, four out of every ten people meet their spouses at the office. Even if your wildest fantasies come true and you two get married, he cannot continue to supervise you.Someone's going to have to leave, and it's probably not going to be the boss.
, she found out she wasn't the only one to fall for her sexy, dazzling boss when she had dinner with a colleague of his: "' Great guy. Usually one of the junior journalists or a secretary.
I really don't know how his wife puts up with it.'" From a purely business standpoint, the relationship is a no-win situation for the company you work for, even if you end up together.
Ruby's finally ready to settle down, but it seems Jack's just passing through.
With a background of working in medical laboratories and a love of the romance genre it's no surprise that Sue Mackay writes medical romance stories.
Keep in mind that sex with the boss may poison any other potential future relationships with your co-workers.
And since work continues to be the main way in which we meet, socialize with, and get to know people, that would shut the door to many opportunities, both platonic and romantic.It happens all the time and could be because people spend the majority of their time at work, so the attachments to people who are there can become much deeper.Power and authority can also make someone seem much more attractive – most people had a crush on a teacher when they were at school but never followed it through because they knew it was not allowed.Once you are an adult a potential relationship with your boss may not necessarily have the same forbidden quality, but it is something you should consider very carefully as it could have long term consequences on both your careers.Here we look at the pros and cons: You already have a strong shared interest – this is often why people develop feelings for their boss, there is a sense of teamwork and unity when you are pulling in the same direction and working for the same company.I used common sense and kept my private dalliances out of my professional role." And finally, for those who say that it's sexist to assume the boss is male (since over 36 percent of managers and supervisors are female) and want to view this issue from the perspective of a boss who's female, the truth is there's little difference. The best advice for any boss, female or male, comes from Marty Nemko in his tips for workplace dating in U. News & World Report: "Think twice about a relationship with your supervisor...