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The couple met and started dating while working in a restaurant, then had to keep their secret from co-workers.
Messy entanglements can trigger charges ranging from favoritism to harassment."It might be a consensual, healthy relationship, but once that’s exposed in a work environment, you can’t always control how that’s going to be perceived and how that might come up years later.’’Still, "no matter what policy or program a company has in place,'' Haefner says, workplaces romances are "going to happen.''Some 41% of workers have dated a colleague, according to a Career Builder survey released last week.And 30% of those relationships resulted in marriage.Before Mary Baker and Nicole Mezlo were spouses or even friends, they were colleagues, working for the same public relations firm in Washington D. When they finally began dating, they kept their courtship secret for nearly three years, not telling their co-workers until they became engaged.And while their relationship led to a loving marriage, both say anyone who considers dating a colleague needs to embark down that path with their eyes wide open.“It’s hard for me to say to somebody not to take a risk when for me, it turned out so well,'' says Baker, 35, who no longer works for the same company as Mezlo, 40.