Yet another model for Leo who seems to have very particular taste in women!
We can't blame him for wanting to be with Nina, she's stunning and she looked every inch the model she is in this fab bikini.
Quinn presented an early typology of motives in 1977 detailing that individuals date for love (e.g., authentic love and caring for a person), ego (e.g., the romance is fun and exciting), or job (e.g., the romance is driven by the opportunity to obtain professional benefits) motives.
Given the amount of workplace and societal changes that have occurred in the 30 years since Quinn’s work, we decided to update the workplace romance typology. Renee Cowan (@Dr Renee Cowan) of the University of Texas at San Antonio ( we conducted interviews of working adults about their experiences with office romances.
We identified four motives that appear to drive workplace romances: 1.
Time: As individuals spend a lot of time together at work, it is only natural that relationships develop.
Or say it in stripes with the line up of bikinis we've scouted out below by the likes of Solid & Striped and Blue Life.Miss Worsley, 41, said the likes of Tinder meant it was easier than ever for couples to enter into relationships, meaning lasting love is being replaced by ‘bored singletons looking for one-night stands’ on their mobiles.‘How could Jane Austen have written her novels about the slow, exquisite torture of love in an age of Grindr and Tinder, when bored singletons search for one-night stands with a few clicks of their mobiles?Earlier this year it was revealed that the Tinder app has been downloaded more than 50million times since it launched in 2012, and matches around 26million would-be couples every 24 hours (file image)'Many of us grew up expecting to fall in love, get married and have children – in that order.Back then, a date took place in a drive-in movie theater or an ice cream parlor after a cordial meeting the parents-of-the-intended, of course.If the date went well, and the couple wished to take their relationship to the next level, they declared themselves “going steady,” or “getting pinned” and arranged a schedule for dates and phone calls.Showing off her toned slim physique, Nina worked a high waisted bikini by Amuse Society.This pick with its light base highlights her glowing tan while the monochromatic stripey design really packs a punch.Considering their popularity and vast amount of organizational and relational implications, they warrant study. My initial studies of workplace romance examined the implications of dating at work: namely, do individuals treat you differently based on the status and sex of who you are dating at work?As you might expect, they do in terms of honesty, credibility, closeness, trust, and disclosure. Despite the above findings, a lingering question that remained was do people date at work?A workplace romance is considered a relationship that occurs “between two members of an organization where sexual attraction is present, affection is communicated, and both members recognize the relationship to be something more than just professional and platonic” (Horan & Chory, 2011, p. Beyond the 47% involved, about 20% indicated they were receptive to an office romance. Statistics indicate that anywhere from 40-47% of employees surveyed had been involved in a workplace romance.