Dating someone at work
Even if it does not violate a written policy, your boss (the CEO or the board) might not care, and view it as a lack of senior management acumen.
For unattached people working in a company with several departments, in some companies, it is now possible to begin dating coworkers.
If this describes your situation and you’re still single, take a look around you -- a long, detailed look.
Think of the guys in IT, payroll, marketing or customer service.
Essentially, any relationship between two people that could have a negative effect on the company if things sour, or if one party is able to improperly influence the other would fall under the policy.
One last generally acceptable rule: If you have a "C" (think CEO, CFO, COO) or VP in your title, you should always think twice about dating anyone in the workplace, even if he or she is not a direct report or within your chain of command.
Yes, it is possible -- and, in some companies -- even permissible to begin dating your coworkers, according to “Cosmopolitan.” Just remember, though, you do need to respect your employer’s policies on dating.
You spend at least 8 hours a day with your coworkers. This means that, as you’re looking at that guy from the communications department, you have the chance to see how he handles different types of situations.
Look at how he handles conflict with coworkers or his supervisor. Assess how he treats everyone, according to e Harmony.
In a better scenario, coworkers would find it easier to claim that an employee received preferential treatment from a supervisor he or she is dating.
In a poorer scenario, the relationship would end badly, one of the employees could claim that the relationship was non-consensual, or that sexual harassment existed.