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When it comes to dating a coworker, there's one general rule: Don't do it.But sometimes, that's way easier said than done — especially if your job requires you to spend long hours and tight cubicles with the same person.
Get to know the new guy as a friend before you two cross the line.
Not only will this ensure you're only crossing said line for someone who may actually be worth it, but you'll also know a bit more about integrity, which will probably make you feel more comfortable as you two enter into a delicate situation.2. If things don't work out and there's a messy breakup, are you prepared to still see or interact with this person every day?
And if not, is one of you prepared to switch jobs or departments?
If those stakes are too high for you, avoid the office romance so you don't end up crying to your work wife in the bathroom. Grab your boss for a meeting to make he or she aware the situation they end up hearing about it at the proverbial water cooler.
That being said though, how will you feel if you give into this desire? Keeping them in the loop upfront not only shows respect but that you're mature enough to deal with the situation.
Are you willing to live with the regret of not knowing? No need to go into details about your feelings for bae, but do tell your boss that the relationship won't interfere with your work performance. Rather than turning it into the source of all office gossip in perpetuity, use discretion when telling your coworkers. Keep your attention where it should be during office hours.
You're not being paid to date, so don't spend your time on the clock making googly eyes across the conference room table.
This goes beyond just physical PDA — keep conversations at the office related to the job.
Shelve last night's argument or tonight's dinner plans while you're there.
What happens between you two should stay that way.5. Your coworkers shouldn't have to be a part of any relationship squabbles and take sides, and you shouldn't ask them to.