Even if you try to remain professional about and ignore those nagging thoughts about your partner being better at his/her job, it’s just never the same.What if you’re still the mail carrier, what if you’re still doing petty jobs for your boss while your partner seems to have become you boss’s right hand?Then you’ll have to see your ex at work all the time, all those grueling work hours, which can get aggravating unless you’re getting new job offers.So end your relationship decently, you needn’t get into any squabbles at work. Mixing business with pleasure Again, this means being professional.Being in close proximity with your partner all the time can kill your relationship, a lot of their little quirks will get on your nerves. Ending it amicably Being professional about your relationship and handling it in a mature way is the best thing you do. Well first of all be civil, you may see you ex date someone new or even any one of your friends at work, now that might be a little awkward, so be respectful.
Office romances are for a number reasons doomed, well most of them anyway.
Suppose your ex turns out to a psychotic maniac, suppose they file a claim with human resources about something harmless you might have done, just to get revenge?
If your relationship ends on a bad note, your ex might claim you were making unwanted advances?
Work competition is bound to creep into your relation and that is why a lot of couples breakup.
Even if you’re dating someone from the same section or department, one of you is bound to get a promotion. They climb the professional ladder and you’re still struggling your way up.
It may be exciting in the beginning but if that begins to happen regularly, it gets annoying.