Is it possible to meet, fall in love, and have a successful relationship with someone at work? It all depends. We spend, on average, eight hours per day at work, five days a week—but some of us will spend much more time at work than others. Unless you have a busy social life, the chances of meeting your significant other in the workplace are pretty high. This can actually be a good thing for many, but there may be caveats: Is it permissible to date a coworker according to the business owner or large corporation's company policy?
Some businesses may be just fine with dating a coworker or in some cases, dating a supervisor or owner of the business while other companies may completely ban dating coworkers or upper management all together. The only way to know whether dating someone at work is or is not allowed is to read the employee manual or to check with Human Resources. If, for some reason, there is no handbook to refer to or an in-house HR department, check with a reputable HR company like Stellaris Group in Marietta, Georgia who will not only prepare an Employee Manual that is specific to each company's needs but can also provide all-inclusive HR services.