What do you do when your boss wants to date you?
Hi everyone, I'm a 20 year old girl, working part time. I had a great little admin job, which I've unfortunately had to leave. At the Christmas do, I had a chat with the Manager, who wants me to come back to the company when I'm ready. He says he'll be completely flexible with my hours, and will give me new, more exciting projects which are related to my interests and chosen career. He's also spoken of giving me a summer position, which could lead to full time employment. So, what's the problem, I hear you ask. The thing is, the Manager has made no secret of the fact he sees me as more than just his office junior, and has asked me out. I really want to go back to the company, as I love the people and think it'd be a good opportunity, but have no idea how to handle my boss. Is he just helping me in the hope he gets something in return? What would happen if I were to go for a meal with him? We do get on well and I like him. Any opinions gratefully received!
Asked By: honeysuckle - 12/17/2006
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I would be very suspicious of his motives if I were in the same situation! The only thing you can do is to talk to him and tell him you want the job, BUT it would be a job and that you are not interested in a relationship (or any other type of liaison) ith him. If he still offers the job then maybe give it a try;
Answered By: huggywell - 12/19/2006
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dint do it he can make your job miserable and another thing he should know that's not very professional of him by asking out an employee at my job you'd be terminated he sounds like a perv tell him is he suppose to be asking out his employees ?you cant be that dumb think about it are you that immature to even want to... More
Answered By: LISA M - 12/19/2006
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