That's good news for Nicole Williams, a career expert and author of the in-stores-next-week "Girl on Top: Your Guide to Turning Dating Rules into Career Success." The media storm surrounding Letterman, she says, is bringing to the forefront an issue that's as relevant and pervasive as ever."Eight million Americans every year enter into at least one romance starting from work," she said, quoting a statistic from Vault.com, an online career site. To think that -- during, in some cases, a 12-hour day -- this isn't going to come up in the workplace is naiveté.We spend 70% of our waking life at work, and when you hate your job, you hate your life.Growing up, I was always inherently interested in what people did as their careers and how they got there for fear of working in the same paint factory (which I did to put myself through university).
Today on The Grindstone, Linsey Cross asked whether or not it's appropriate to use flirtation as a managing tool at the office.
was inspired by a gift my girlfriends gave to me after I had left my husband in the hopes of getting me back in the dating game.
In the basket of goodies was a pile of dating books and as I flipped through -all the classics –I quickly realized these dating rules are actually brilliant career strategies!
Joining She Takes on the World is Nicole Williams, author of the book ‘Girl on Top: Your Guide to Turning Dating Rules into Career Success.’ Nicole is also founder of The Works, which appeared alongside She Takes on the World on Forbes’ Top 100 Websites for Women.
Nicole has been featured in Elle Magazine, Cosmopolitan, Glamour and the Wall Street Journal.