HR Strange But True!
July 07, 2011

Here are some of our favorite Strange but True articles about romance on the job, including famous co-worker couples, workplace weddings, and the best places to date a colleague.

Famous Office Romances—An office romance can quickly turn into an awkward situation, but as these famous couples show, sometimes they can lead to long-term relationships.

Exchanging Rings Under Golden Arches—It looks like weddings in the workplace is the new trend, as one fast-food giant is now offering McWeddings in select locations.

Former Exec Recruiter Takes ‘Labor Out of Finding Love'—Think about it. The skill sets and job descriptions are probably pretty close for an executive recruiter and a matchmaker. That's what Barbie Adler, president of Selective Search, says in her company's ads.

Mischief Ensues at Holiday Parties, Report Says—Holiday parties have many positive effects on an organization, from boosting morale to strengthening interdepartmental relationships. However, a recent survey found that holiday work parties tend to bring out holiday mischief, including occasional workplace flings.

The Best Places to Date a Co-Worker—Greece, the Netherlands, and Spain might be the best places to go if you want to date a co-worker, but the United States is the place to be if you want to end up married to a co-worker, according to a recent survey.

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