Even though they star in the hit show Revenge together, it seems Emily VanCamp and Josh Bowman have a much more positive thought on their minds, according to UsMagazine.com. According to one source, the two co-stars are an item, but things are “not serious” between them as of yet. Another source, on the other hand, says, “They hang out together every night.” This isn’t the first time VanCamp has fallen for one of her co-stars, however. The actress, who is well-known for her work on Brothers & Sisters, dated Dave Annable on that show as well as Chris Pratt when she starred in Everwood. That said, the actress is known to keep her relationships very private, so it’s safe to say we won’t be getting any confessions anytime soon.
Is it OK to date a co-worker?
When you spend so much time at work, it’s easy to develop crushes every now and then. If you decide to act on them, however, things can get a little tricky. Cupid has some tips:
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1. Decide if it’s worth it: There’s no point in indulging in a short-term fling with a co-worker, because the negative after-effects way outweigh the benefits. However, if you can really see a future with one of your co-workers, it’s worth risking the potential for awkward and hurtful post-breakup sightings.
2. Read up on company policy: Whatever you do, don’t break any policies or procedures at your place of work. Make sure to read up on the guidelines for inter-company relationships, as they vary from company to company. Follow the rules, because it’s not worth damaging your career.
3. Keep it low-key: If you do decide to begin dating a someone you work with, it’s important to downplay your relationship at the office. The last thing you need are your other co-workers talking behind your back about inappropriate behavior.
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