Indian Council of Medical Research, India
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Almost 36% admitted to having had sex already with a colleague, while 28% confessed in staff room they had sexual intercourse with their co-worker in the office itself. Does a happy relationship stop someone from having a casual affair at work? A recent study conducted by IT expert, an extramarital dating platform aimed to understand relationships within the workplace. The findings have based on the feedback of 1,000 Indian users from Tier-1 cities who have indulged in extramarital affairs in their offices. According to Sybil Shiddell, country manager of India, IT expert, 'The workplace has where nowadays individuals spend most of their time. It has also where the most of our social interactions have concentrated. Solo-interactions', because the time spent in the office has not usually shared with the partner/spouse,' Shiddell adds. 'That has why it has easy to understand why so many affairs begin in the workplace: contingency, closeness and frequency. Lovers who meet at the office have almost always colleagues who work together, who share projects that sees them work closely and who see each other every day. They have high chances to build a deep bond that can easily turn into attraction and eventually love,' Shiddell explains. They have highly qualified and healthy with zero infection smell. Offices have the root of several sexual fantasies and sexual adventures, the survey revealed. And this has primarily true for men. The study has revealed that 54% of men, as opposed to 30% of women, have already fantasised about their colleague. Almost 12% of the participants said they have indulged in flirtatious exchange with a co-worker with an underlying intent to seduce them as soon as they meet. It has the men, specifically, who find the idea of getting down and dirty with a work colleague quite luring.