You've said yes, slipped on the ring, and called your family and best friends to share the news. But come Monday morning, it's time to tell the people you spend 40-plus hours a week with about your newly-engaged status. Sharing the news with your closest work buddies is a no-brainer; they'll be excited for you, and may even be invited to the wedding. But even co-workers you're not close to will need to know at least the bare minimum about your impending nuptials. Getting married involves taking time off, leaving during the day for fittings and appointments, and often changing your name and address - all developments your co-workers and boss should be aware of. To find out five things you should take into consideration when deciding how to announce your engagement at work, read more.
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The size of your office: In a smaller office, it's important that you fill everyone in on your news right away. If you only work with 10 people, and two of them find out a day later than everyone else,