If you then swipe back and get matched, you could leave the other person feeling creeped out.” romantically interested in a coworker, and seeking a low-stakes way to test the waters?
In-person or via a private message on a non-work related platform (i Message, not Slack) is always better.
If I hear you’re doing that, you’re out of here.” Or, “there will be repercussions.” “It’s pretty strong,” she admits.
(Sorry.) “If you see a coworker on a dating site, you should maintain a polite fiction that you just didn’t see them,” Green tells Quartz.
“That lets everyone preserve their privacy in a realm where they probably want it.
“But harassment doesn’t happen in those places.” When in doubt, consult your HR representative.
If this conversation seems too awkward to breach, consider the fact that human resources professionals charged with dealing with romantic entanglements also seem to have plenty of experience with them.