Then comes the tough part, the one no one embarking on a new relationship wants to consider.
Although the possibility of your romance not lasting may seem unfathomable when it is just beginning, figure out how to handle it if that unfortunate event does occur.
Making romantic overtures toward a coworker can end in sexual harassment charges for you.
Be extremely cautious, especially if the person whom you are interested in is your subordinate.
Ask your mentor at work, if you have one, for advice.
Don't arouse your other colleagues' suspicion by discussing it with them.
Don't even head out on a first date until you think seriously about it.
First, find out if your organization has a formal policy that forbids employees dating one another.
Office romances have been around for as long as offices (or other workplaces).
Because of the amount of time we spend at work, side by side with our coworkers, our social lives and professional lives often become entwined.
If you find yourself attracted to a coworker, follow these rules to stay out of trouble.
Meeting a significant other at work may be great for your social life, but it can be like a train wreck for your career.
If you can't navigate both your job and relationship, move onto another employer or ask for a transfer within the organization that would keep you from working together in that capacity.