The conventional wisdom is that you shouldn’t get involved with a co-worker—or, more colloquially, that you shouldn’t shit where you eat.
Office romances are fraught with potential for professional repercussions, or at least pervasive awkwardness in the event of a breakup.
Crispin Porter & Bogusky, a global ad agency with offices in five cities, even offers to pay for the wedding if two employees meet and fall in love at work and agree to get married in one of the offices.website says, “Work is a bad word to explain what we do.
If what you are doing seems like work, you’re either in the wrong industry or you’re not doing it right.” This is a pretty good distillation of how a lot of college-educated, passionate twentysomethings prefer to see their work lives — no matter how grueling the hours are.
Lines between professional and personal lives are blurrier than ever, partly for practical reasons — even post-recession, most of us are still — and partly for cultural ones.