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27% of Irish adults have had a romantic relationship with a colleague

Written by Robert McHugh, on 18th Sep 2017. Posted in General

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Twenty seven percent of Irish adults have experienced a serious and romantic relationship with a work colleague according to a recent survey conducted by iReach Insights with 1,000 adults. 
 
The figures show a significant difference between the 35-54-year old (33%) age group and the 55+ (19%) age group. Half (49%) of Irish people kept the relationship a secret (at the beginning), 28% of people tried to keep the relationship a secret, but everyone found out and 23% went public from the start of the relationship.
 
Two-thirds (65%) of those who had a romantic relationship at workplace confirm that the person they had it with had the same level position, 21% a higher position and 14% a lower position. 
 
Source: www.businessworld.ie 

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