Office Mate: Your Employee Handbook for Romance on the Job
Overview The greatest pool of potential mates isn't online, or in a bar, or at the gym. It's on the job. With more than 40 percent of American employees logging over 50 hours each week, where else are people going to find time to look for a date? Work-based romances develop gradually over months and years, allowing people to get to know one another instead of rushing to judgments based on first impressions.Office Mate teaches readers how to make the ...
- ISBN-13: 9781598693300
- Publisher: Adams Media Corporation
- Publication date: 11/1/2007
- Pages: 256
- Sales rank: 1,317,804
- Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.43 (h) x 0.66 (d)
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Common ground is a necessary starting point for any relationship. So, why go to a bar to meet a potential mate? Instead, search for love in a more familiar place: your office. An office works like a community where people know each other well. Individuals also act and look most like themselves in the office. Stephanie Losee and Helaine Olen, who met their spouses at work, express their enthusiasm for finding love at the office. They guide hard-working singles through the low-lit halls of the office to find love among the cubicles and conference rooms. getAbstract recommends their warm and practical approach, and praises the care they¿ve taken with sexual harassment issues.