Working overtime is task most of us are forced to do, but staff who rack up the extra hours in the office are five times more likely to have an affair.
And while many people working more than 45 hours during the working week struggle to get any quality personal time at all, some flirty employees manage to find the time and energy to get frisky with their colleagues during long, lonely evenings in the office.
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A new study, by website Notatwork.co.uk and married dating site IllicitEncounters.com, found those doing the most hours also reported a higher than average number of work-based affairs.
Both websites are related to a string of ‘extramarital dating’ businesses.