Dating fellow worker
But whenever possible, think of creative ways to stop working together -- especially if you're in different levels of the hierarchy.
You spend most of your day locked up between the walls of your job.
While most people reported dating those at their same level in the hierarchy, 18 percent said they'd dated their boss -- that's nearly one in five.
Women were more likely to date up (35 percent of women; 23 percent of men).
But in most cases, office romances are a big no-no.
They "get" you in a way others don't, because they're familiar with the work (as well as the office politics).Although you may not be in the same department, and you might not even have to interact on a daily basis, being in a relationship with a colleague means you don't really get the chance to miss each other.This can cause the excitement of your relationship to wear off quickly.More of the married individuals were men (27 percent vs. Still you'd think that that last number would be higher.You'd think more office relationships would end badly and result in hurt feelings and difficult work meetings -- but it doesn't seem to be the case.