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The issue here is that I happen to know Alex is married because he and his wife live down the street from me.
He never wears his wedding ring at work or speaks of his wife and children that I know he has, and I have a strong feeling that Anna doesn’t know.
After my letter was published, the story took a strange twist…Somehow, I’d missed your email response that my letter was being published, so I was quite surprised when I stumbled onto your site to find it!
I was actually reading the comments in response when Anna came into my office.
Thanks so much for publishing my question and for attempting to provide some solutions.
As fate would have it, I didn’t have to decide what to do.
Please do not mistake my professionalism for ‘cooperation’ or any sort of personal endorsement of the relationship.
I am a director at mid-size company where I manage 10 managers, each of whom manages between 10-20 employees.
One of the managers (I’ll call her Anna) is single and attractive, and frequently catches the eye of our male clients and even some colleagues.
(There’s also not really any situation in which I could “casually” ask Alex about his wife in front of Anna either.)As her supervisor, do you have any advice?
I worry that it could tarnish her reputation at work if people learn she engaged in an affair with a married man at her office, but is that really my place to say something? For what it’s worth, Alex seems to be an exceptional employee and a likeable guy.
She and I are not close enough that I’d feel comfortable approaching her to tip her off as “just a friend,” nor do I think it would be appropriate as her boss.