Let’s take an honest look at the pros and cons of dating women in the workplace.The Pros Most workplaces have a good ratio of men and women these days, so you should have plenty of women to practice your conversation skills on.A relationship between a supervisor and a subordinate can create a problem if the superior shows favoritism to his sweetheart.The situation grows more complicated if the subordinate claims the relationship was not consensual.
So, just focus on practicing to TALK to women, rather than picking them up, flirting with them, etc.
Growing up, you most-likely made most of your friends and love connections with other kids you went to school with because that’s where you spent the bulk of your time.
Following the same pattern, you wouldn’t be silly to think that your workplace might be a great place to meet a woman…but is it really?
Work is a way of test-driving a potential partner (ie getting to know them) before taking the plunge and asking them out. Etiquette: Dating a work colleague requires a good amount of old-fashioned social etiquette, not because it will make you any more attractive but because it will make the whole process a lot more comfortable and a lot less difficult, if and when the whole thing ends. Working with someone means forging an effective relationship.
Better still, you'll be seeing them during the day, rather than just propping up a bar with them in the evening. Work together during the day, pop out for a quick drink after work, Bob's your uncle. Everything is in order, from stress-busting massage at the desk to on-site counselling, so why not pick a mate there too? Hinting that you would like to take things further but never being specific can make the whole relationship uncomfortable, especially if it's a boss/employee situation.