Yuki Noguchi. This story is adapted from an episode of Life Kit, NPR's podcast with tools to help you get it together. Listen to the episode at the top of the page, or find it here. Love can be complicated.
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You share the same hours and some of the same interests. You're both responsible adults. But getting intimate with an employee is deceptively complicated. It can lead to everything from a loss of respect among your staff to a sexual harassment lawsuit. In short, it can be one of the most serious threats to a restaurant manager's career.
As Americans work longer and longer days, one thing is inevitable: more and more time in the office. But for the single masses among us, that's not always such a drag. According to a survey of roughly 2, people conducted by Mic, the third-most common way people find romantic attachments is through work. Another survey, conducted by CareerBuilder, revealed that at least a quarter of all working professionals have confessed to dating a colleague in the past. So if you find that you're crushing pretty hard on someone in a nearby cube, don't worry: you're definitely not alone.
She calls it "the double-edged sword of dating yourself. At first, I found this whole thing just a convenient plot device to write Matt Damon out of the show but then, I started dating myself — the male version of myself, anyway — and Liz Lemon began to take on a special level of relatability. I quickly saw that a mutual unwillingness to compromise is not the only thing that can complicate a relationship between two eerily similar partners. I am, by and large, an introverted person but I still love people, bars, drinking and socializing. I found when dating someone who is equally as introverted as I am made me more likely to stay in my comfort zone — my apartment.