Office Romance: Love, Power, and Sex in the Workplace
Based on the author's research and findings from a panel of 100 executive women, this is an intimate exploration of the love revolution occurring in the workplace. Readers learn what makes an office romance work, what blights it, and how it affects career advancement.
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LOVE IN THE WORKPLACE
WHY WE FALL IN LOVE AT WORK
Intense Task Accomplishment Fosters Attraction
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