kibawolfe answered Sunday July 4 2010, 3:42 pm: Sure you can, but make sure it doesn't interfere with your work ethics and make sure it doesn't spread around depending on your boss' personality you may get fired if he/she thinks you aren't being serious about work or it's innapropriate.
Good Luck! [ kibawolfe's advice column | Ask kibawolfe A Question ]
karenR answered Saturday June 26 2010, 7:42 am: Its probably best not to have sex at work. Wait until you get home. OK sorry, I couldn't resist.
Its really not a good idea. A lot of employers have rules against it. That may not always seem fair, but there are reasons behind it. The majority of relationships don't last. Once it is over, working together can become a problem. Especially if it wasn't a good break up.
Workers have been stalked by ones they have broke up with. They have had fights in the workplace causing tension for all. A simple conversation with a person of the opposite sex can caused jealous rages even with couples not broke up.
Then of course, employers worry about sexual harassment suits.
X3littlemermaidx3 answered Friday June 25 2010, 10:43 am: You could. It may cause tension between you two though if things didnt work out. I dated a co-worker and let me tell you it was the most stress ever. You go from hanging out with them and then off to work and then you see them again. Its not very wise but people live in the moment. Do what you think you should do. [ X3littlemermaidx3's advice column | Ask X3littlemermaidx3 A Question ]
Lrockz answered Friday June 25 2010, 7:57 am: well if the company allows it and you want to then i surpose you can just think though if it ends bad in some way, or another, then would it be strange to work together after that,
would haveing sex that one night make you guys feel arwkward? :/
lol hope this helps and i am sure you will come up with the right thing to do in the end :) [ Lrockz's advice column | Ask Lrockz A Question ]
rainbowcherrie answered Friday June 25 2010, 5:53 am: Your company may have a policy about relationships between employees.
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