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Men may be office flirts, but women tend to establish emotional relationships for support from the opposite sex.
About 53 percent of the women surveyed have, or have had, an “office spouse”, a person who they lean on emotionally, and confide in about personal matters and relationship issues.
Only 42 percent of the men say they have had an "office spouse".
According to SFGate.com, policies banning workplace romance are not absolute: “Most personnel experts don’t suggest that companies try to ban all office romance.
Who is the sweetheart in your life, your significant other, or your salary? Romantic relationships in the office: does following your heart risk a career nosedive?
Wal-Mart countersued and claims that it has e-mail messages – signs of an affair – sent by Roehm and Womack (who are both married to other people).
Romantic relationships in the office: does following your heart risk a career nosedive?
The pros and cons of relationships in the workplace have been in the news lately, most recently in the New York Times.
As shown in the movie, "Good Night, and Good Luck.", even an enlightened employer like CBS television had rules that required one of two employees to quit, if an office relationship turned into a marriage.
Yet another survey, a Harris Interactive poll sponsored by Atlanta-based employment firm Randstad, revealed issues in workplace dating by region.
According to results, the big flirters are in the West (45 percent) as compared to the South (37 percent), Northeast (34 percent) and Midwest (32 percent).
Those in the West were more likely to date a co-worker, 23 percent, while 15 percent in the Northeast, Midwest, and South said they would.
Funny, these are all lower than the 40% of employees who told they had had an office affair…