So if the guy is your age, buy the book Office Mate, which is a handbook for making passes at co-workers. And either way, remember that the average worker today changes jobs every eighteen months, so if things go bad dating at work, you'll find a new job soon enough anyway.
And in the end, the problem of figuring out if you want to be involved with someone at work might be harder than actually making it happen.
(Interesting side note about the chase: Most women intuitively play hard to get, until they find Mr.
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and you know what that means: You can’t take three steps into a supermarket without being bombarded by seemingly endless aisles of pink balloons, kissing stuffed animals and enough candy to give you a contact sugar high.
It’s tempting to keep your new relationship a secret, maybe because it isn’t that serious or you don’t want to share your personal information.
Don't make the first move if you are not the same age reports that roughly 80% of both sexes are willing to make the first move.
But when the man and woman are not in the same age group, men usually make the first move at work.
In a study of long-term relationships between older women and younger men, more than 95% of the men made the first move.