Should you be looking for a honey where you make all the money?
We’re sure you’ve heard of the expression “never sh*t where you eat”, which is why many will pose the question “should you sleep with coworkers?”
It’s totally natural to walk into work, find one of your coworkers attractive and wonder if they feel the same spark.
An innocent lunch date turns into a coffee outside work, which turns into drinks and possibly more.
It becomes some kind of clandestine relationship that both of you get a thrill out of.
But some relationships sour and you’re stuck looking at your ex-boyfriend/fling in the office day after day.
It may affect your ability to work and perform up to previous standards.
A survey by JobCentral in Singapore found nearly 60 percent of the Singapore’s work crowd disapproves of dating anyone from the same workplace.
The rest of the 2,281 respondents are open to having a romantic relationship with a coworker.
Only 6.3% admitted to dating someone in office.
Singaporeans are careful people and that’s probably why the number is so low.
Coworker relationships do not seem to be much of a worry to Singapore companies, according to HRM Asia.
Most companies don't have policies that ban relationships in the workplace outright, but there are certain practices that they do adopt, like:
Would you sleep with coworkers? Hell no or sure, why not? Let us know in the comments below.
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