With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, what’s going on in the world of workplace romance?
A CareerBuilder.com survey reported in Workforce reveals marriage is a common outcome for dating co-workers as 31 percent of office romances end up in matrimony. Still, if nearly a third of all romances started in the workplace result in marriage, it also means two-thirds end in a breakup. Read more at Workforce.
Business News Daily reports on a survey that most employees not only don’t want to date a co-worker–they don’t even want to date someone in their industry. Some 70 percent of employees prefer to date someone in a completely different line of work. Read more at Business News Daily.
Finally, a poll reported in TheStar.com took a look at the kinds of workers most likely and least likely to have a fling at work. What they found might surprise you. Read more at TheStar.com.