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  This is the problem the employee is having:  
My workplace has a policy where employees arenít allowed to get involved romantically with one another. However, there is a man that used to be in my department, who I worked with and got along with really closely who was recently transferred to another department. I have always wanted to ďget involved romanticallyĒ with him, but I didnít want to risk my job. Now that heís in his new department, we donít have any contact with each other at all at work. We may as well be working in different companies altogether. I really want to ask him out, because I think that we could really be something. I know he feels the same way. Should I, and if so, how should I approach my boss to tell him my intentions?  


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