I value your advice and I'm in a sticky situation. I manage a team of marketing reps who promote our clients' products at community events like road races and street fairs. The job has heavy hours and it isn't for everyone. One of our employees, Megan, started on my team last fall and it was pretty obvious that she and I were attracted to each other. I broke up with my last girlfriend in January. I've never heard Megan talk about seeing anyone.
Know your rights when it comes to an office romance | Money | The Guardian
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Dating Your Employee: When is it Sexual Harassment?
Relationships can be complicated…especially if that special someone is also a coworker. With this said, mixing business with pleasure can have a long-term negative impact on a career. Before deciding to date a colleague, Rosemary Haefner, vice president of human resources for CareerBuilder. Dating a coworker can have unwanted consequences depending on company policies and how the relationship unfolds. If you do decide to pursue a relationship with a coworker, experts suggest answering a few questions before you leap.
While there is no doubt it is a natural phenomenon — to fall for the boss — it has a whole host of potential complications, more so than dating a colleague on the same level as you. 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.