There are two very red flags here;
1) Sounds like she's not an equal coworker, you're her superior, is that right?
2) She's married!!!:eek:
So; you have to take at least two meassures;
1) switch company or downgrade within this company to a position equal to hers.
2) go have a talk with her husband and her.
Both have to be taken, if not; you're in a definite no-go-zone.
Because in a superior position there are conflicting needs at stake here! Not only should you know your own ethics not to put her in the position of; "perhaps I'll lose my job if I don't". I mean seriously, unless you really want to get some very disrespecting names not appropriate to spell out here, you DON'T!!! And; you should be concerned of your own job. She could rather easily drag you to your superiors or even court for you being sexually harassing at the first move you make.
And I think I don't need to explain about marriage, do I?:rolleyes: Some couples may be open-minded, but you should be 100% sure of that.
If you're in an equal position, you should at least take her being married (!) into account. And do be aware not all companies tolerate (sexual) relationships at work. Personally; I'm not against relationships at work, as long as it's a clean situation and sorry to say, but the situation in this thread has something fishy about it all...:(
Posted: 08 Oct 22:44