While roughly half of male respondents to the online Playboy magazine poll said they had slept with co-workers, two-thirds of female respondents said they had engaged in that activity. More than 80% of the 10,000 respondents to the poll admitted flirting with co-workers.
Roughly half (46%) of female respondents claimed to have slept with their bosses, compared with just 18% of men – a disparity Playboy attributed to the prevalence of male bosses.
Meanwhile, in a statistic sure to claim a headline or two, one in five female respondents said they had been intimate with an intern, compared with just 12% of male respondents.
And that level of intimacy apparently wasn’t limited to offsite “encounters.” Female respondents displayed a preference for desks, while men opted for the more traditional couch, or even a chair. Least popular locale for respondents of both genders was the mailroom or copy room.
The boss’ office also ranked relatively low – but you might want to knock first.
The full results will be published in the January issue of Playboy.