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Coworkers might also get jealous and try to sabotage you on the job (lame, but it happens).Plus, if there's a company policy against it or someone can prove that you've gotten perks as the result of being the boss's girl, you're jeopardizing both of your careers. Get a new job ASAP, advises career expert Alexandra Levit, author of Blind Spots: The 10 Business Myths You Can't Afford to Believe on Your New Path to Success.Otherwise, you can get them to book a fancy hotel room, preferably one with a built-in jacuzzi where you can drink Champagne to your heart’s content.Dating the boss should be made worth the risk, don’t you think?According to new reports, the chairman of Restoration Hardware has resigned from his job after the company discovered that he was in a relationship with a 26-year-old female employee. Okay, we get it—sometimes people fall in love at work.But there's a big difference between getting cozy with a coworker on your level, and dating the boss. If you break up, you're in an awkward spot and, depending on the guy, he could make your work life total hell.
So, if you do need to look at him or her just make sure you keep eye contact to a minimum and whatever you do don’t give them that sexy smile. The danger of someone seeing you will always be imminent, which will make both of you jumpy and ruin your night and, before long, it will also ruin your relationship.So the easy way out here is for the pair of you not to go out.Of course, if your boss is a multimillionaire who wouldn’t mind spending a load of money, then maybe you could get them to book that fancy Japanese restaurant you’ve been dying to go to, just for the two of you.However, the numbers changed sharply when the dating relationship changed from being between co-workers to being between manager and subordinate--80 percent believed that relationships between superiors and subordinates should be prohibited.
Even in environments where relationships are permitted in the workplace between managers and subordinates, those involved in these relationships need to maintain a professional distance while on the job.
Just make sure you are not too obvious about it because they might think you’re only doing it for the money and privileges.