TRUE LOVE HAS NO RESTRICTIOONS THERE IS NO HARM IF YOU LIKE A PERSON.
of course you can, if does not hurt anyone who is related to that person.
Of course you CAN, but be weary. You must acknowledge that if the relationship goes sour that you will still have to see that person every day. I have seen many incidents where after a relationship turns bad that it becomes difficult and sometimes even hostile for two people to work together.
Well you can but I personally think it's a bit unethical. Plus what is going to happen if things do not work out between you two?
As long as it's not against your company's policies, then I see no problem with it.
When I joined the military I was told not to fraternize, but that didn't stop me from dating and eventually marrying my husband. We weren't really out about our relationship though. We weren't flaunting it in the faces of our superiors going, "Hey, look who's breaking the rules." We were tactful about it.
Overall though, the only concern one should have is what happens if things don't work out between the two of you. As long as your post-relationship relations don't affect the work place, then everything should be fine.
no i dont think so that is not good to date in your work place.There should be a difference between your personal and offical life.
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