Dating a restaurant manager

25-Dec-2019 08:23

You know that their in the restaurant biz…they’ve told you about their wonky schedule, you think “okay I can do this.” Doesn’t sound terribly horrible. ‘How cool is it that I’m dating someone that I could go visit when I get off of work! Having him or her have a scrumptious dinner for you on the table ready for you when you get home from work! adapting to their nocturnal ways, their fly by nite, on the fly spontaneity that you find exciting!We love the cutesy collar and red hot hue of this little dress, which no doubt her daughters will be queuing up to borrow.

**I know that everyone has different experiences, I’m giving a general gist from what I’ve heard (or experienced) from the front lines.As you can see, there are a wide variety of both professional and personal reasons a manager should avoid dating an employee.We spend so much of our lives working these days that it may be more convenient or easier to meet someone at work, but it's well worth the extra effort to try and meet someone for a dating relationship who you aren't responsible for supervising.No matter how good employee relations are at your particular place of business, management is always, to a certain degree, seen as "them" versus "us." By dating one of your employees, you have effectively taken her out of the "us" category and moved her into the "them" category in the eyes of her coworkers. Another pitfall of dating someone with whom you work, let alone someone you supervise, is the fact that you are surrendering the break between your work and personal lives that we all need.You have placed her in a limbo of sorts because she is now no longer totally a part of her familiar social group and she is not truly part of yours, either. Now, the employee didn't just get a negative comment or fail to receive the raise she thought she deserved because of her boss, she got that negative comment or lack of a raise because of YOU. You and your partner will inevitably wind up "bringing work home with you" by talking about it.

**I know that everyone has different experiences, I’m giving a general gist from what I’ve heard (or experienced) from the front lines.As you can see, there are a wide variety of both professional and personal reasons a manager should avoid dating an employee.We spend so much of our lives working these days that it may be more convenient or easier to meet someone at work, but it's well worth the extra effort to try and meet someone for a dating relationship who you aren't responsible for supervising.No matter how good employee relations are at your particular place of business, management is always, to a certain degree, seen as "them" versus "us." By dating one of your employees, you have effectively taken her out of the "us" category and moved her into the "them" category in the eyes of her coworkers. Another pitfall of dating someone with whom you work, let alone someone you supervise, is the fact that you are surrendering the break between your work and personal lives that we all need.You have placed her in a limbo of sorts because she is now no longer totally a part of her familiar social group and she is not truly part of yours, either. Now, the employee didn't just get a negative comment or fail to receive the raise she thought she deserved because of her boss, she got that negative comment or lack of a raise because of YOU. You and your partner will inevitably wind up "bringing work home with you" by talking about it.If you and the person you are dating had a fight or a falling out last week, you will undoubtedly bring that negative baggage into the evaluation room and may unfairly rate the employee lower than deserved.