Dating colleague advice
I know what you're thinking; there hasn't been a luncheonette in this country in forty years.The same advice goes for any public place where your innocent workmates would be forced to witness two of their colleagues snuggling or worse, arguing in the way that only couples can do.
No one freaked out, because it was 1984 and people weren't quite as weenietized back then as they are today.Otherwise, you're free to date someone who works down the hall from you or in the next cubicle.If you date a co-worker, it's good to clue in your manager before he or she hears about you and your sweetie from another source."Janice," you can say, "we just wanted to let you know that Tom and I are an item, before you hear it from someone else.When I polled my friends on Facebook and Twitter for advice on dating a coworker, the overwhelming majority of the responses were simply, "Don't." It seems like everyone has a cautionary tale of a relationship in a workplace that went terribly, terribly wrong.