If you’re planning to make a move on a coworker for Valentine’s Day, first of all . . . you picked a hell of a year to do it. And secondly, try to make it count because you might not get a second chance.
Apparently the new corporate strategy for office romance is you can ask out a coworker ONCE. And if they say no, you can NEVER ask them again, or it’s sexual harassment.
That’s basically the policy Facebook and Google have decided to go with. And the person doesn’t even have to say “no.” A lawyer for Facebook says that, quote, “ambiguous answers such as ‘I’m busy’ or ‘I can’t that night,'” also count. (NY Post)