A new CareerBuilder survey asked people to fess up about what they call workplace taboos: If they'd ever kissed a co-worker, drank alcoholic beverages on the job, or spread rumors about colleagues. Thirty-five percent of respondents have locked lips with a co-worker, 31 percent have boozed it up at the office, and 19 percent admitted they'd spread rumors about a colleague. I'm not sure about the kissing a co-worker choice as being taboo — after all, we know how common and accepted work relationships are becoming. However, making out at a work function with your office beau or experimenting with all of the men in the office would be a different story!
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