As long as all parties are okay with moving forward, you may decide to take the plunge.
That doesn't mean you should go public with your new relationship at work. With social networking sites and tv reality shows encouraging us to let the world witness our most personal moments, discretion has become a dying art.
If you can't navigate both your job and relationship, move onto another employer or ask for a transfer within the organization that would keep you from working together in that capacity.
Farewell Messages for Colleagues: Colleagues, team members and bosses who are more friends rather than mere co-workers deserve a special send off.
Ask your mentor at work, if you have one, for advice.
Don't arouse your other colleagues' suspicion by discussing it with them.
Then comes the tough part, the one no one embarking on a new relationship wants to consider.
Although the possibility of your romance not lasting may seem unfathomable when it is just beginning, figure out how to handle it if that unfortunate event does occur.
Don't even joke about it, for example, by saying or implying that you won't take no for an answer.
Don't even head out on a first date until you think seriously about it.