The most common cliché is that of the boss with his secretary but there are many other examples of work-based relationships, from the snog at the Christmas party to getting frisky in the supplies cupboard.
D., an assistant professor at the University of Texas at San Antonio who studies office relationships.
"Nowadays work and life are very integrated." In that light, these stats aren't surprising: 37 percent of people have dated a coworker, according to a 2015 survey by Career Builder, and 30 percent of those relationships ended in marriage (proving that an office romance is not always a disaster).
Go to the human resource department and get a copy of the policy and procedures manual.
Read it very carefully and, if possible, have an HR expert or lawyer friend look over the text.
I mean absolutely no public displays of affection when you’re both at work.