Office sexual relationship
There is no denying the fact that the relationship among workers sometimes exceeds the surface. As time passes by and intimacy sets in, something even deeper is introduced, it is office romance.
While some co-workers enjoy mere workplace friendship, some take it a step forward to add romance to theirs. For these click of people, it could be outside the work environment, night clubs, relaxation joints, hotels or even homes.
However, a new survey from Yellow Octopus has revealed that one in 10 co-workers have sex at work and the frequency might shock you.
If you noticed that your co-workers book out a meeting room for an unspecified chat on a regular basis, chances are that they are doing every other thing but official meeting!
The survey was conducted on 1,000 people about their in-office behaviour and found that sex at work is, indeed happening, perhaps with more frequency than one might envisage.
This trend is on the rise among skilled labours during the day and even more among unskilled labours who run night shifts.
Of the people surveyed, 11 percent said they had had sex in the office with a co-worker, while four percent said they had done it with a non-employee — meaning, they had brought someone into the building unofficially.
The majority did it after office hours, but around a third managed to get away with sex in office during work hours. Technically, they were getting paid to enjoy sex.
Unfortunately, before you start conceiving an idea to try this out, be informed that the researchers also disclose that 14 percent of those who had sex at work were caught and the consequences are better imagined.
The moral of this report is: Don’t try sex at work.