Realistically, you shouldn't tell anyone unless you are both comfortable with the people who know.6.Take extra caution with inter-office communication. It would be beyond humiliating (and unprofessional) for a coworker you aren't dating to get a message that read "Thanks for last night ;)!Have a thing for the guy who sits next to the printer? According to a survey, 56 percent of American business professionals say they've had some kind of romantic relationship with a coworker—whether that's a random hookup at the office holiday party or a long-term partnership that ultimately led to marriage.While an office romance might sound like a recipe for disaster (and in some cases against corporate policy), there are ways to make sure the situation doesn't end in heartbreak or employment termination.1. Likewise, avoid starting a relationship with someone who works for you.There's a good chance the person in the position of power will start giving preferential treatment to his or her partner (even if it's subconscious), and other employees may become resentful.2.
You should rely on your successes and networking to help you get ahead.3." It's best to stick to your personal accounts for any, ahem, personal messages you may be sending to the person you're dating. Talk to your partner about what will happen if the relationship ends.