2011 Office Romance Survey Results

Published: Feb 07, 2011

Topics: Workplace Issues       
With the average employee being asked to spend ever longer hours in the workplace, there's at least one potential silver lining: you now have that much more time to charm that cute colleague you've had your eye on. But does your colleague share your elation at the prospect of a workplace fling? Is it worth the risk in a shaky economy? And what are the rest of your co-workers really thinking behind your back? All these questions, and more, are answered in Vault's 2011 Office Romance Survey. Check out the slideshow below for the full results.

 

 

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