By Cortney Moore

Well, it looks like actress and rock star Evan Rachel Wood is off the market! Wood, 29, is now engaged to band mate Zach Villa. The newly engaged couple revealed the celebrity news with stunning silver rings on January 29, at the 2017 SAG Awards. The Rebel and a Basketcase duo began making music together in 2015. Being so close together for the last few years, it shouldn’t be surprise that there’s a celebrity wedding in the works. Hopefully this relationship will be unlike Wood’s marriage to ex-husband Jamie Bell; who she was only married to for two years.

There’s another celebrity wedding in front of us, thanks to mixing business with pleasure! What are some factors to consider before getting involved with a coworker?

Cupid’s Advice:

Love can strike at any time, in any place. This includes your place of work. Although you may want to act on your emotions, take a moment to think of the consequences. Let Cupid be your guide in determining whether you should get involved with your coworker:

1. Know company policy: Unfortunately, dating a coworker isn’t as simple as dating a band mate. Before you pursue a relationship with your coworker, you should familiarize yourself with your company’s policy on relationships. You don’t want to jeopardize your career for a date.

Related Link: Evan Rachel Wood and Jamie Bell Split After 2 Years of Marriage

2. Prioritize your work: A new romance can be fun and exciting, but it’s important that you put your job first. Keep things professional in the work space and wait until you clock out for PDA and unrelated discussions. Even if people know that you’ve started a relationship with your coworker, it shouldn’t reflect on the job.

Related Link: Evan Rachel Wood and Jamie Bell Tie the Knot

3. Worst-case scenarios: What happens if you both break up? Will you be able to work together like nothing happened? These are questions you need to consider before dating. If you want to take a risk, then you need to accept responsibility for whatever happens and prepare yourself for worst-case scenarios just in case.

Have you ever gotten involved with a coworker? How did it work out? Share your comment below.