Signs your boss is secretly into you

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01/6 Signs your boss is secretly into you

Have you been getting a gut feeling that your boss likes you, or is it just you overthinking? It’s not really uncommon when bosses are a little too lenient on their employees. And if this has happened with you, then it means that your boss is into you. However, if you’re not sure whether your boss fancies you or not, then these telltale signs will help you identify if your boss likes you or not.

02/6 Flirtatious character

If your boss loves to compliment you way too often at times, then chances are high that they are flirting with you. They might be interested in you so flirtiness is definitely a green sign. However, you should also observe if your boss acts the same way with others. If yes, then your boss is probably just fun and extroverted but if not, you know your answer.

03/6 Private meetings

If your boss has insisted on scheduling private meetings after working hours, then your boss is not just willing to talk about just work, but something else as well. Unless there are other people in the meeting, you shouldn’t worry. But if your boss goes past this, then they are looking to spend some alone time with you.

04/6 Being helpful…extra

Nobody is going to babysit in your workplace. However, if your boss is overly helpful with everything, then they just don’t look at you as just an employee. If you receive extra attention from your boss, then they are probably trying to impress you with the helping hand you probably don’t even need.

05/6 Random texts or calls

This may be a bit creepy if your boss calls or texts you randomly in a day, outside of the working hours. It may seem valid if they are contacting you for work but if it’s just for the laughs, that too on a holiday or on off-days, then your boss is pretty interested in you.

06/6 Special treatment

This is a sure sign that your boss is romantically interested in you if they give you special treatment. You will find yourself being at the receiving end of many opportunities, flexible working hours, exposure, mentoring etc. Your boss might even go easy on you for making you interested. This is mostly interpreted as blatant favouritism.

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