We spend most of our lives at work, so to eliminate the workplace as a venue to meet women is irrational. But in this day and age, you have to be very careful about pursuing women at work due to legal concerns, such as sexual harassment.
Not only that, but you must also consider the ramifications of starting an office romance that ends badly, and the working environment you'll have to endure thereafter. I normally don't recommend meeting women at work, but then again, why limit yourself? Just be smart about it. Try not to pursue women you are in a superior position to (as in, you're her boss), and try to avoid women you work with directly on a day-to-day basis.
At work, meeting women is usually best done in certain areas. The coffee machine or break room are always good places to meet women. Sometimes, the water cooler can be the best place to chat up the occasional girl. If your company has a cafeteria, that can be a great place to not only meet women, but have mini-"office lunch dates." Invite that girl who works on a different floor to meet you for lunch.
Occasionally, you can even get help with the "office match maker," typically an older, married woman who wants to set up her friends in the office with nice men. If you befriend this lady (and even flirt with her a little), chances are good she'll work to help you out by giving you valuable info about women you like.
And no matter what job you work at, asking a woman who's getting off of work around the same time if she wants to grab a drink or a bite to eat is always a good way of getting a mini-date with her. Also, throwing parties and inviting people you work with is an excellent way to shed the restrictions of the workplace and level the playing field.
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