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This is pretty much always the case when you’re interested in someone but it’s especially true at work, since she’s a captive audience and you have an obligation not to make work weird for her.
As for leaving your job and then asking her out, that’s a pretty extreme move when you have no signs thus far that she’d say yes … My own manager has four direct reports, all managers.
and it puts an awful lot of unfair pressure on her. He has developed a close friendship with one of the managers, Jane, who reports to him. They spend most of each day alone with each other in one or the other’s office.
They work out together and lunch with each other almost every day.
On the other hand, I feel like I will regret it forever if I don’t ask her out, or at least talk to her about how I feel.
We don’t really have an HR department, and I haven’t been able to find a policy listed anywhere that addresses workplace relationships.
If you don’t see those things, that means you’ll need to back off.
I know I have less of a chance of the hiring manager looking at my résumé because I am not a local and would be relocating.
If you hadn’t worked together before those lunch dates, the connection would be too tenuous to be useful.
However, if you tip off someone above him, you can be explicit that you’re concerned about repercussions and ask that the person do their own observation and be discreet about where the initial information came from.
That’s not always something a company can honor, but in a case like this they should be able to.