A:What is it, Chen Hao?
A:Then why don’t you?
A:You’re smart to check it out first. We used to have that policy, but our management decided that we spend so much time at work and with co-workers that it wasn’t fair to impose that restriction。
A:But there are a few issues you should consider if you are going to date Kate or any other co-worker。
A:Before you get serious, you need to discuss what you will do if things don’t work out. You will want to avoid any bad feelings between you。
A:That’s exactly what I mean. I have seen it happen. When co-workers stop dating, one or both will often try exact some sort of revenge in the office。
A:So how did your date go? Kate did accept, didn’t she?
A:What did she say?
A:Even if they pressure you? Some people can be pretty nosy and persistent. They’ll want to know every detail of your relationship。
A:I guess you’ll be seeing her again。
A:That is another danger of dating a co-worker。
A:That’s right. If your productivity and performance begin to suffer, others will notice and you will jeopardize your position。
A: The first thing is to know the company policy. Decide how you will handle the relationship around the office and what you will do if things don’t work out。