Men were 13 Percent front, as opposed to 4 percent of female employees, the like felt. Twelve percent of workers reported that their relationship with a colleague or a colleague when a chance encounter outside the workplace began. Some other situations in which flew: Cupid's arrow between employees on night shifts in the Office at lunch in the happy hour on business trips. Hale advises employees who have romantic ambitions at work: familiarize yourself absolutely with the company rules and regulations in this area: some companies very open against Office romances, while other houses have rather strict views in this area. Make sure that both parties in the relationship are aware and familiar with the potential consequences. Beware of social networks: before you post about your new togetherness images and status messages, inform your colleagues or the chef personally prefer, so anticipate rumors and speculation. Go to Safe: If your relationship should end, retain your professionalism and not admit that their private issues affect your work performance. Among other things, the survey showed that the effects of romance in the workplace can be dramatic: 6 percent of surveyed workers said to have changed jobs because of a liaison.
Survey methodology: This Canadian online survey by Harris Interactive on behalf of CareerBuilder.com was carried out under 720 staff (full-time employees and not to self-employed persons) over 18 years of age in the period from 5 to November 23, 2009 (percentage the results of several questions based proportionally on Canadian employee data). With a pure random sample of 720, it can be said with 95 percent probability that the overall results of sampling errors of +/-exhibit 3.65 percentage points. Sampling error for data from partial samples are higher and vary. About CareerBuilder CareerBuilder is a leading provider of solutions for the Human resources, the company helps to identify their main asset and to win: the staff. The careers website of the company CareerBuilder.com is the largest site of its kind in the United States and has more than 23 million unique visitors, 1 million advertised vacancies and 31 million resumes. Sonya Reines-Djivanides wanted to know more. CareerBuilder works with the best employers around the world and provides resources for all personnel areas - from branding the staff search through data analysis to recruitment of talents.
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