Every year as part of my annual Christmas Infidelity Awareness Campaign I strongly advise everyone to accompany their spouse or significant other to the annual Christmas party at their job. Especially if you suspect, or want to prevent a workplace affair.
Look at the statistics below and you’ll see why:
- In a survey conducted by Men's Health magazine, 44% of the males said they'd had an affair with a co-worker at a holiday office party at least once in their life.
- In a survey by Trojan Condoms, 49% of the employees expressed their willingness to “go all the way” with a fellow employee at the Christmas party if the opportunity presented itself.
- Almost 33% of those in the Trojan survey said they’d previously had sex with a colleague during or after an office Christmas party.
- 64% of the office workers in the OfficeSMART survey said they personally knew of affairs that started at their office Christmas party.
- 1 out of 5 women in the WorldWIT survey became romantically involved with a colleague at an office party. 33% of these women admitted to having an affair following their office party fling, and a year or more later, 13% of them were still romantically involved.
- A London survey found that 1 in 10 respondents started a relationship at the company Christmas party. 25% of those questioned said that’s how they met their future spouse.
Your presence at your spouse or significant other’s office Christmas party can safeguard your relationship and act as a deterrent to workplace affairs. See the article entitled Attend Your Mate’s Office Christmas Party to Discourage Workplace Affairs .
Go, If You Suspect Workplace Infidelity
You should also go to the office Christmas party with your spouse or significant other, if you suspect a workplace affair. Christmas office parties have a way of revealing workplace affairs. See the article entitled Office Christmas Parties Can Reveal Workplace Affairs.
If your spouse or significant other is romantically involved with someone on their job, their behavior around each other, or body language will give them away. Of course, knowing what to look for is the key.
So before you go, make sure you get a free copy of the tip sheet entitled What to Look For at the Office Christmas Party or Similar Company Event if You Suspect a Workplace Affair. E-mail InfidelityInfo@gmail.com with the words " What to Look - b" for in the subject line.
As part of my annual Christmas Infidelity Awareness Campaign, I’ve posted a number of helpful articles on my National Infidelity Examiner page at Examiner.com, http://www.examiner.com/x-17416-Infidelity-Examiner including the articles below.
Check them out if you’ve got a cheater, or suspected cheater on your hand, so you’ll know what to do. There are plenty of other ways to catch a cheater at Christmastime. See the article entitled Attend Your Mate’s Office Christmas Party to Discourage Workplace Affairs or any of the other articles below.
Infidelity and Office Christmas Parties – The Shocking Truth
Attend Your Mate’s Office Christmas Party to Discourage Workplace Affairs
Office Christmas Parties Can Reveal Workplace Affairs
Christmas is the Ideal Time to Catch a Cheating Mate
8 Gift-related Signs of Infidelity to Be Alert for at Christmastime
13 Things Everyone Should Know About Signs of Infidelity
Is He Cheating? Is She Cheating? – 21 Ways You Can Tell (free tip sheet)
Is He Cheating on You? – 829 Telltale Signs (soft cover book)
Is He Cheating on You? – 829 Telltale Signs (e-book version with Affair Recovery Guide)
Infidelity Resources to Help You Catch a Cheating Mate
Free Infidelity Tip Sheets and Special Reports
For the latest infidelity articles and infidelity advice, visit my National Infidelity Examiner page at Examiner.com