And regardless of how much you enjoy or don’t enjoy your job, you actually start looking forward to each workday, since it’s just another chance to see your sexy sweetheart.
You’re so happy stealing kisses in the break room that you never give much thought to what could possibly go wrong.
Nonetheless, one fateful day, what you didn’t spend much time thinking about actually occurs. Maybe you had a tiff over something stupid that turned into a major fight, and eventually led to the demise of your relationship.
Perhaps previously amicable coworkers started gossiping about the two of you, and one of you couldn’t take it anymore.
For all intents and purposes, the cubicle should be viewed as a private workspace.
When entering, coworkers should not just barge in and begin talking; the employee may be concentrating on something important.
Another co-worker may even have thrown themselves at your partner, and they, unfortunately, reciprocated.
[Read: 12 tips to keep in mind when you date your boss] Nevertheless, the real reason for the relationship’s end is practically irrelevant.
Visitors should stand at the entrance to the cubicle and make their presence known until the worker is able to talk.
Privacy should also take noise levels into account.
Keep private information private by limiting the discussion of personal matters while at a cubicle desk.
Use a phone located in a conference room or break room for added privacy if the matter needs immediate attention.
While talking on the phone, employees should keep conversation volume to a normal level.