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But how do you do it and do it well, without getting in trouble? Because dating in the workplace CAN be done without getting in trouble, hell, without much effort… IF you follow a few simple rules. Dating In The Workplace:

Here is a situation facing a colleague of mine, but I’m curious about an experts thoughts on the matter. He is a volunteer running coach, and has started a relationship with an athlete. Their ages are 32 and The athlete is not on a competitive course for the olympics or anything, and is.

Stewart Sellick, 51, visited the victim’s house during the night, watched him get changed at work and kept notes of what clothes he was wearing. He also sent him a text message saying he would ‘kill him’. Sellick, of Grasmere Court, Exeter, pleaded guilty to stalking involving serious alarm and distress when he appeared at Exeter Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday morning. Read More Police hunt man who sexually assaulted woman in charity shop Prosecutor Lyndsey Baker told the court that Sellick and the victim had been good friends after working together at Iceland on Sidwell Street.

But once he got a new girlfriend they grew more distant, leading to Sellick sending the victim a barrage of text messages asking why they hadn’t spoken. The victim replied that he had been busy and that they hadn’t had the chance to meet up. The stalking took place between March and December of last year. In mitigation, the court heard that Sellick tried to be ‘helpful and kind’ to people but seemed to ‘lack a filter’ when it came knowing where to draw the line.

His twin brother had died just weeks before the offending began. The case was adjourned until February 1 for sentencing. Sellick was remanded on conditional bail. Like us on Facebook.

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