Each week Lyz on Love aspires to do one thing. Make a video that doesn't suck. If I aspire to do two things, it's a video that doesn't suck on love and relationships topics from around the web. This week, I'm talking inter-office dating. Co-worker canoodling. Dipping your pen in the company ink. Carpooling. Did I forget anything?
Asking your boss for sex clearly crosses the line from work flirting to sexual harassment.
Asking your boss for sex clearly crosses the line from work flirting to sexual harassment, as one Australian former police officer learned. Is female success within the workplace making women more sexually aggressive? Are women so darn overworked they can't think of anywhere else to seek out some action? And—most disturbingly—are women more likely than men to get away with it?
A Careerbuilder survey of 52,000 people shows 40% have dated at work.
The results from CareerBuilders' annual office survey reveals that 40% of the 52,000 surveyed admitted to dating a co-worker. However, more men than women crush in the office and women have a better chance of dating a higher-up.