One-third of companies in the United States have a policy forbidding romantic liaisons between co-workers – but 38% of workers polled ignore the ban, according to a HotJobs survey.
More than half of those polled said they knew of a romantic relationship between two colleagues at work. Around one-quarter said they had dated at least one colleague, 10% had dated two and 12% had gone out with two or more.
Between 7,200 and 19,200 people responded to the polls on HotJobs.
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