Several new polls of workers in the US and UK have revealed a surprising number are, you know, 'doing the deed' on the job.
More than one in 10 said they'd got it on in the office according to a US survey by glassdoor.com. The numbers were similar for those in a UK poll.
But this is where things get really interesting. Of those in the US who admitted to getting down to business at their place of business, 22 per cent said they'd done it in their boss's office.
The Brits were less scandalous, with only five per cent confessing to such risky business.
However, a quickie in the conference room is pretty much equally common in both countries — 18 percent in the US compared to 14 percent in the UK.
Romantic colleague relations aren't always just about sex though. We recently reported that a third of people that have dated a co-worker ended up marrying them.
So far there are no stats for how often New Zealand workers are having sex with colleagues, so we'll turn it over to you: how common is hooking up between staff at your work?