But that part about reciprocation and paying attention to her cues really matters.If you don’t see those things, that means you’ll need to back off.We have discussed this with my manager and he seems unconcerned about the problems.Yeah, even if your boss and Jane aren’t actually having an affair, they’re behaving so intimately with each other that of course people will worry about favoritism and bias.This is pretty much always the case when you’re interested in someone but it’s especially true at work, since she’s a captive audience and you have an obligation not to make work weird for her.As for leaving your job and then asking her out, that’s a pretty extreme move when you have no signs thus far that she’d say yes … My own manager has four direct reports, all managers.It has fostered suspicion among my peers that our compensation is impacted by this relationship.It has also created difficulties because most of our reports believe their relationship is romantic.
As in, I think about her all of the time and I can’t wait to get to work each day just so I can see her.
We met while our agencies were working on a mutual project and when that ended he asked me out for lunch a couple of times.
He was a gentleman and was very respectful, which I appreciated, but there was no connection. Would it be inappropriate to send him an email just to inform him I have applied for a position at his company?
My fiancé and I have considered moving to the Bay Area.
In my search I found one job opportunity in particular that greatly interests me, and while navigating their website found out someone I had met about four years ago now works as the company’s chief officer.