Boss dating employee
It seems like less than a month ago that I saw and heard all these "Tiffany Network" executives talking about the heritage and class of Walter Cronkite and the history of CBS, as they eulogized Cronkite, who seems to represent the permanent face of CBS.Now, this same company, CBS, finds one of its leading "faces" of today's CBS, David Letterman, admitting to having had sex with several of his subordinates. I certainly hope that some male intern doesn't come out of the woodwork to allege that the famous power widow and now holder of Cronkite's throne, Katie Couric, is pinching some male interns' behind?
What do you do if you think your boss is having an affair with your co-worker? About five months into the job, I realized I had developed feelings for one of my co-workers.
For the past week, as the author of the Harper Collins' (News Corp) global bestseller "Bulletproof Your Job: 4 Simple Strategies to Ride Out the Rough Times and Come Out on Top at Work," I have been on countless televisions shows as a talking head to comment on the sexual harassment issue at CBS, concerning "The David Letterman Show." CBS, by the way, has been often referred to as "The Tiffany Network," for its "high-quality" programming.
There have been allegations that "the boss," David Letterman, himself, turned the famous landmark "The Ed Sullivan Theatre" into a sort of alleged bordello.
As in, I think about her all of the time and I can’t wait to get to work each day just so I can see her.
I think the feelings are mutual, but I can’t be certain because we’ve never spoken directly about it, and we’ve been very professional up to this point.
It was nice while it lasted but the break-up was very painful for both, having to work together and all.