Flirting over the photocopier, locking eyes by the water cooler or playing footsie under the table while colleagues remain blissfully unaware may be more common in the workplace than we think.
This is reflected in recent stats that show two-thirds of Brits have been romantically involved with a colleague. According to Adzuna, despite workplace romances being recognised as taboo, 28% found their current partner at work.
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