The cycle of the love affair with a married man almost always ends in broken hearts, hurt, and wasted time.
Usually, the problem is the boss, and not things like the company, mission statement, or co-workers.
If you know that your boss is the biggest problem, there are ten things that they do to kill motivation.
According to a Rutgers University study, 56% of men who have affairs claim to be happy in their marriages.
Fact #1: Most men are still in love with their wives when they cheat.
It’s such a delicate thing to try and get right because employees can be fragile.
As a manager, you have to do everything in your power to make sure employees are happy and engaged at all times.
However, filling the void may backfire on him, as the relationship may escalate from occasional lunches during work hours or early dinners disguised as “working late”, to the more intimate texting and instant messages all night long.
This is hook line and sinker for the woman, as she automatically thinks, “oh, he wants to talk to me so badly that he’s risking getting caught!
If you’re a manager and you’re reading this, make sure you avoid these mistakes to ensure that your employees are engaged during work.
We go into relationships with the best of intentions. But it can also be hurtful to the one who ends up being the transition person. I’m just suggesting that you understand their needs now may differ from their needs down the road.
2) Leading with ‘Relationship’ It’s great to be clear and want a relationship, but a man will likely be resistant to getting close with you if you lead your interactions with the agenda of needing to get into a relationship.