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By Hannah - / Tuesday 7 November 2017 22:00 /
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By  Mynxie  |  25

It has been for a while It is illegal to do such a thing to a woman so of course it is illegal to do such things to men. Why do it during work time anyway? You are there to work, not pick up dates. Do that outside of work like a mature adult. You deserve it.

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By  Mynxie  |  25

It has been for a while It is illegal to do such a thing to a woman so of course it is illegal to do such things to men. Why do it during work time anyway? You are there to work, not pick up dates. Do that outside of work like a mature adult. You deserve it.

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  KittyMack  |  6

As a woman who worked in two different trades I had unwelcome suitors left and right. I only wish it was illegal. It's only illegal if they get gross or are too persistent and it become harassment.

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  interesting33  |  33

it isn't illegal and asking someone for a date, is not a bad thing to do or harassment in my opinion unless you know they aren't interested or you are in a position of power over them.

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  bkwusa  |  8

Wrong. Origami (折り紙, from ori meaning "folding", and kami meaning "paper" (kami changes to gami due to rendaku)) is the art of paper folding.

By  inkochan  |  7

Unless you're stalking the guy and as long as you can take no for an answer if there is one, then there shouldn't be an issue?? The company you work for must be such a pain in the butt. :/

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  MidnaLink  |  30

It sometimes depends on whether the pair in question have anything to do with each other, like managers and subordinates. If they don't report to/ get reported to by that particular level, it should be fine.

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  yeongji  |  27

Most do not and even for those that do allow it, most avoid it since it creates a lot of drama if more than two people are involved, or if things do not work out between the two. I have coworkers who have dated and it ended real messy, then there are a bunch of them who sleep around openly with each other (barf), regardless of whether they are single or married with kids as well. Ick!

By  chessu  |  19

We've got lots of couples at work. Are you their direct manager by any chance? If so, I can see why it might be an issue and declaring the relationship at HR should to the trick. However, I assume you're still in the early phases of it, so maybe keep it on the down low for a few months and if it really is serious offer to officially declare it (basically guarantee the company that if you break up, they won't have any losses).

By  TheJawsman  |  16

OP, I'm not sure why so many people are hating on you for trying a creative way to get a date. I personally would've been flattered as a guy. I'm the progressive type, though. It could've been handled differently than using HR if he wasn't interested.

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