Love at the office: how do you manage it?


Couples who work together should leave their signs of affection at home to avoid having their colleagues start spreading rumours. — dpa

Love in the workplace is still considered taboo, says career adviser Jutta Boenig, even though everyone knows someone who’s had an affair or even started a real relationship with their colleague.

It makes sense that people fall in love at work, says psychotherapist Wolfgang Krueger – they are interested in the same things and work together closely. But is it possible to work alongside your partner?

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