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Steamy office encounters revealed by survey

Posted on: February 28, 2013 16:11:05

Steamy office encounters revealed by surveyOne in ten people have got up close and personal with a co-worker in the office, according to a new survey.

The research by jobs and career community suggests that not only are workplace romances no longer considered taboo, many employees have taken things to the next level with a colleague on the premises.

Conducted by jobs and career community Glassdoor, the survey of more than 1,000 people found 12 per cent of employees admitting to having 'made love' in the office. In addition, one in five said that while they have not had sex in their workplace, they have thought about doing it.

The findings could give some UK singles who have their eye on an attractive colleague some ideas, while prompting others to never look at their co-workers in quite the same way again.

Another key outcome of the poll was that 51 per cent of people believe it is OK to become romantically involved with a co-worker, while 18 per cent admitted they are attracted to someone at work.

Glassdoor's career and workplace expert Rusty Rueff offered some words of wisdom for people who find themselves attracted to a colleague. Firstly, he urged people in this situation not to feel guilty or worried about a burgeoning workplace relationship.

"It's not that surprising that romances tend to spark between employees. No matter what happens, don't feel guilty," the expert advised.

However, he also said that co-workers in love should take their time before making the romance public knowledge.

"It's in your interest - and the interest of your partner - to be sure the relationship is real and worth investing in before having that conversation with the boss," Mr Rueff said.

In another recent survey by, 39 per cent of workers said they have gone out with a co-worker at least once during their career.

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