The added advantage of using the roof is that you can get a sun tan at the same time.
It is difficult jilting anyone you have to work with, but once you have had sex it is a million times tougher and more complicated. Don't tell even your closest workmates what went on.
There's no need to keep the whole thing secret, but never, ever spill the beans about what was said and what was done. Never tell anyone you work with what a disaster/rave it was.
Purely social, no work to be discussed." If you don't like that, then write your own script, but make sure it's something along those lines.
Breaking-up without tears: If you find this person is not the man/woman of your dreams it would be cruel to keep things going beyond the first date.
Be light in tone but clear about your intentions (not all of them, of course).
Allow them to see that you want to put the relationship on a social footing, thereby also allowing the courtesy of letting them turn you down too. Take no to mean no and never cajole, push or ask for an explanation. Plan a semi-jokey line that will immediately alleviate the atmosphere between the two of you and restore normal working relations.
This isn't talking killjoy, this is just being practical.
Do what you want on the social scene, but in business do not be too eager.
Sex At work: A Survival Guide by Judi James, published by the Industrial Society, is available in bookshops from 3 April, price pounds 8.99, or call 01 The office bromides Modern working environments have, to a certain extent, evolved their own checks and balances to counter workplace passion Sad cladding: The business suit. Downsizing: Which means added workloads which equals "too busy to even think about it". For anyone thinking of indulging, I will add only five words at this point: open-plan offices; security cameras. If you must indulge, though, here are some of the favourite office spots for consummating that torrid affair.
Bad habits: Unattractive office behaviour like knuckle-cracking, foot tapping, slurping coffee too loudly, whistling, loud yawning or noisy eating are all common practices in open-plan offices and can constitute a great turn-off. Desktops: A prime naughty spot on account of the fact that what would normally host hour after hour of sweated slave labour should also be permitted to induce the odd bout of more fun-filled perspiration.
Photocopiers: For all those happy couples wishing to send their friends visual souvenirs of their intimate moments.