"Older generations saw work as a separate place," says Renee Cowan, Ph.
And women are disproportionately judged for these relationships, whether they're the boss—"With great power comes great responsibility," warns Green—or if they're the underling.Tell Your Company Another rule of office relationships: If things get serious, disclose.Yes, it's embarrassing, but you'll be glad you did.As Anna, 27, who dated a coworker for seven months, points out, "It's hard to pretend like you're not dating someone for eight hours a day." But you can do your best to make others comfortable by nixing the "We're so cute" act."People are out with long knives for the happy couple," says Green."He needs, like, three feet of space in the elevator," she jokes.