>did some googling
>15% of women in the workforce admit to having slept with their bosses
>37% of those perceived themselves as being rewarded at work for it
>Went all the way up to women at the CEO level
>If aware of the affair 60% of males and 70% of females lost respect for the individual
Seems like sleeping with the boss might be one of the strongest career moves a mid-level professional woman can make, particularly when the affair can be concealed.
What are some other career "power moves"? Because anything that increases your odds of promotion by 37% can't be classified as anything else.
Women are the laziest of literally everyone I've ever worked with. I've worked everywhere, restaurants, warehouses, marketing firms... And one thing I've noticed is men do 80% of the work while the women take a break cuz theyre on their period.
It's disgusting. I plan on opening a weed lounge soon in the degenerated liberal city of Toronto in cuckanada, and the only thing I'm using women for is to attract dumb niggers
office sex is less and less common thanks to HR law, and business norms for women.
The shit is rare.
but hiring hot chicks to work the front desk is still as common as clouds in the sky.
Don't be a pussy, just take one picture from her Fb. As the other anon said, unless you're literally the only employee, it's impossible to know. And we're fucking 7 billion on this Earth, the probability of your boss finding his female employee on a Vietnamese cricket messageboard is close to zero.
As valentine's day approaches I've noticed girls in my office getting more-and-more flirty with me (I'm not anyone's boss, just a co-worker). This also increases whenever I hear something about valentine's day at work. There's this one really hot chick at work that always comes to my office and strikes up conversation lately that I wanna make a move on but she's best friend's with the daughter of someone really, really high up in the organization. Help me /biz/
Stop being a fucking gaylord, your memeunderstanding of statistics is only applicable to independent and identically distributed random variables, which does not apply to sampling "women" as a representative subset of the population of "the human race".
>tfw attracted to my boss even though she's a happily married grandmother
I'd do it even if it didn't mean a promotion
>Butthurt cum-dumpster detected.
I don't blame you for not being able to see yourself objectively but take a look at the women around you. The average women is pure inertia in the workplace.
In my younger days as a boss/manager I would regularly fuck women who worked for me.
It worked out ok - but I was lucky- one bad breakup could have ruined me. I never promoted promoted any of them unless it was based on hard work and achievement.
It's a dumb idea. Don't do it. I say that know full well my 25-30 year old self would jump on the nearest secretary if given the chance.
Learn what your boss fears and desires, this will make them more predictable.
Play the victim card.
Make people feel guilty so they compensate you.
Learn to read body language.
Use verbal judo.
Never really let them on to who you are.
Go above and beyond your duties as a worker.
Try and secretly brown nose your boss.
Talentless people working for admin, HR or any non-professional/technical departments should sleep with their bosses if possible, because it is the only way to go up. You know, 'cause they are talentless.
>tfw met a Parisian woman who worked at a company with only women
>she hated it, specifically wants to get into a company with a 50/50 balance
so what exaclty do you guys think is the best ratio of men:women in a company for productivity, assuming they 80% of the company is normally competent
Being the boss got me as many chicks in 2015 than Iv gotten all Te years previous. Chickens iv slept with went from 7 to 14 last year all because I was the head chef and sleeping with the waitresses. Keep in mind I had been a line chef and Sous chef there for over a year before that and slept with 1 waitress in that time.
In my case, sleeping with the boss didn't really help any of them. Maybe they got an extra shift here or there I I wanted them to be working the same nights as me but that's about it. It was all kept very secret as well