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You spend most of your 24-hour day at the office, so as a young professional, it’s natural you would meet, and be attracted to, a colleague.A February 2012 survey by Career found that 38 percent of people dated someone from their office and 31 percent married someone with whom they worked. Possibly, but if so, how would you handle some of the more-sensitive issues related to dating a co-worker?Others at the meeting argued that such a policy would not stop romantic relationships but would only drive them underground, creating tension between employees forced to conceal their relationships and fellow workers deciding whether to protect them in violation of hospital policy or bring their relationships to the attention of administration.

The Good Most likely, you’ll find very few firms or companies that have policies against dating someone at work.

In actuality, the truth about workplace romance lies somewhere in the messy middle ground.

Most of us would agree that employees’ personal lives should be just that—kept personal. Furthermore, the company’s honchos don’t have the time or the desire to meddle in or monitor the personal romantic life of each employee.

I believe employees new to the work world (and even seasoned ones) are confused today about the wisdom of pursuing a workplace romance.

They have heard the full range of positive stories about romances that have blossomed into great marriages along with great careers to horror tales of those that have crashed in total personal (and often litigious) disaster in both arenas.

The Bad When you date a colleague, the fact that you are in frequent contact may not be beneficial to your relationship.

Habits you thought endearing may become grating if you are exposed to them 24x7.

Romantic relationships were common at Healer Hospital, and the administration’s lenience was a gesture of trust in the professionalism of its employees.

After numerous complaints from patients, staff, and students about distracted patient care and favoritism, along with claims of gender-based discrimination and sexual harassment, the hospital administration met to discuss the possibility of new policy.

Dana Brownlee, president of professional training development company Professionalism Matters, advises against initiating a romance with your manager, or, likewise, with anyone who reports to you directly or indirectly."If you're a manager, you should be held to a higher standard," she says.

"You're creating a climate where people are going to see bias whether there really is bias or not."Relationships with your peers are generally more acceptable—assuming they're unhitched.