SINGAPORE, March 20 (Xinhua) -- As many as eight in ten Singaporeans believe that their chances of finding romance are better at workplace, a latest survey showed.
The survey conducted by recruitment website JobStreet.com also finds that 32 percent of those surveyed said they had dated a co- worker at least once in their career, while 13 percent admitted to dating co-workers at least twice.
Only 23 percent of those surveyed felt that dating a co-worker would hurt productivity, while 41 percent saw it as a morale booster. Thirty-five percent said they would be able to separate work from personal matters.
The survey was conducted in February, covering about 300 employees and 100 employers.