Dating office co workers
You can't stop thinking about the person down the hall.
You spend extra time in the mornings deciding what to wear because you want to dress to impress.
(When your HR Director shows up at your house on a Friday afternoon, and says, "You may want to have a glass of wine with what I'm about to tell you..." you know it can't be good.
The whole scenario was so complex that it merited its own Visio flowchart but that's a story for another column).
“Millennials, who grew up with their parents as their best friends, tend to mix their work relationships, their social relationships and their hobbies and become too close to their co-workers and bosses,” she says, noting that as a result, they have a hard time setting boundaries.
That’s something that rings true to Rubin Chen, 25, who works in public relations at Soho-based Noon Creative.
Some employers even bless relationships between managers and workers, whether they are romantic or not, provided the party in power informs human resources so that adjustments can be made, if needed.
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That’s something that has worked out pretty well for Paprocki and Csencsitz, who are an example of a professional-personal workplace blend at its best, says Healthy Business Coaching’s Amina Altai.
“The pro of sharing personal information with your boss is that they can get to you know you deeply,” she says.