Dating your supervisor
Do you feel both parties will be able to keep it strictly professional and not let it affect your work?
Plus, if there's a company policy against it or someone can prove that you've gotten perks as the result of being the boss's girl, you're jeopardizing both of your careers. Get a new job ASAP, advises career expert Alexandra Levit, author of Blind Spots: The 10 Business Myths You Can't Afford to Believe on Your New Path to Success.It can be a lot of work, a lot of fun; especially if that certain someone in your office makes your heart skip an extra beat when he or she walks by. Make the crossover from flirting to frolicking – or even commitment? We didn’t end up together in life, and I think it was the working together, with him as my Boss, that did us in.We have remained friends over the years, but I have wondered what life would have been like if I had said NO to that job offer."Although office romances sometimes lead to long-term relationships and even marriages, as a general rule it's never a good idea to date the boss," says Michael Kerr, an international business speaker and author of "The Humor Advantage."There are so many pitfalls to dating the boss, including jealousy and perceived favoritism from colleagues, potential ethical violations, and the unintended and negative consequences that might happen if the relationship heads south." According to a Vault survey, 16% of those who have had a romance at work have dated a supervisor — but most of those relationships don't work out.
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As for the Boss’s that have wanted to date me – well, I may be blonde, but I am aware. Many Bosses’ ideas of ‘dating,’ ‘wining and dining,’ or ‘spending more quality time together,’ mean one thing only. And as much as you may want them, I council you to restrain from crossing over - from making the jump from flirting to full on.