Just make sure you are not too obvious about it because they might think you’re only doing it for the money and privileges.
If you do not work for a multimillionaire, just invite him or her over, for a homemade cheese platter, expensive wine (which I hope they’ll be the ones to bring, otherwise why even bother?
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) and a long (sure hope it’s long), passionate night in your boudoir.
Avoid going over to their place, unless you are familiar with their neighbourhood and know that there are no prying eyes there.
I’ll just assume that you didn’t come here for criticism either, so don’t worry, we won’t say a word about how you’ve fallen for one of the biggest workplace cliches of all time.
I know, your boss is so hot you just can’t help but drool every time she or he walks into the room. If you are at the beginning of your secret affair, it can be really hard to look at your object of desire without lust in your eyes, which could prove to be risky if your office is packed with nosy colleagues who won’t have trouble putting two and two together.
However, if that room happens to be the room you share with your colleagues, you must try your hardest and toughest not to look up from your screen. What you need to do is pretend your boss doesn’t exist unless of course he or she directly addresses you (if you don’t look at them, then it’ll just be awkward, and your nosy colleagues will start making assumptions). Going out in public together will not be easy to pull off.
So, if you do need to look at him or her just make sure you keep eye contact to a minimum and whatever you do don’t give them that sexy smile. The danger of someone seeing you will always be imminent, which will make both of you jumpy and ruin your night and, before long, it will also ruin your relationship.Coworkers might also get jealous and try to sabotage you on the job (lame, but it happens).Plus, if there's a company policy against it or someone can prove that you've gotten perks as the result of being the boss's girl, you're jeopardizing both of your careers. Get a new job ASAP, advises career expert Alexandra Levit, author of Blind Spots: The 10 Business Myths You Can't Afford to Believe on Your New Path to Success.Once you're settled in your new gig, you can pursue the relationship—and then you won't have to worry about the stress that comes with dating the boss.Korin Miller is a freelance writer specializing in general wellness, sexual health and relationships, and lifestyle trends, with work appearing in Men’s Health, Women’s Health, Self, Glamour, and more.The Society for Human Resource Management and Career conducted a Workplace Romance survey in 2006 and found that only 9 percent of the HR professionals surveyed indicated that dating among employees was prohibited in their organizations.