Can love at work, work? Sure, but watch out for pitfalls
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Saint Louis, MO
#1 Feb 12, 2009
Your advice is spot on. It's better to keep your social life separate from your job. Cupid didn't cooperate for us; I met my wife as a co-worker.
We kept our dating quiet (successfully, mostly), because the company did have a nepotism policy that prohibited hiring an employee's spouse. But, when we finally told the boss we were getting married, he said we had nothing to worry about: "What would we do, charge you with matrimony?"
That was about 30 years ago. We have long since moved on to other jobs, but not other mates.
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