Sure, things can get complicated if you two break up, boss dating coworker you may need to walk a new route to your desk for a while, but I think dating someone from work makes sense. I think there are more pros than cons for trying it out — I know not everyone wants to deal with the post-breakup aftermath and some offices ban inter-office dating. I think this is a case-by-case basis, as I know some bosses get nervous about co-workers dating, so the daters keep it on the DL for a while, some even for the duration of them working at the same company.
After all, dating's hard enough, so why not expand the pool of potential places to meet someone? I thought it would be more than 92 percent, but I have heard of people marrying their bosses.
Match results also found that 57 percent of men fantasize about having sex with their coworkers versus 29 percent of women. Of the 35 percent of Match survey respondents have dated someone at work, 65 percent of them have had a one-night-stand and 56 percent have had a friends-with-benefits relationship with their coworkers. I wonder if people are afraid to commit to dating because of the working-together thing Want more of Bustle's Sex and Relationships coverage?
Around four months ago a colleague I work with, let's call her Naomi, started dating our boss. At first they kept it hush-hush. That was fine because it didn't really.