It's little wonder that some of us think about dating a colleague or having an illicit workplace relationship.
Would you date a colleague
Stark fact: you probably spend around 30% of your life at work. And that doesn’t even include overtime, travel or even work events you might be expected to attend.
You might even eat your breakfast at your desk, and go to a gym at work. Some of your best friends may even be colleagues. It's not surprising that dating a colleague could seem tempting.
it's almost inevitable that your love and work life may collide at some point.
After all, if you’re single, and work with other single people your age, why shouldn’t sparks fly.
We all know someone who started dating a colleague - fast forward five years and they're happily married with a couple of kids, but we probably know three more people who’ve had embarrassing office flings they regret.
If you’re thinking about making your work crush public, don’t do anything until you’ve read this advice from eHarmony’s relationship advice expert, Jules Filsell.