A: Hey, Nancy. Do you know anyone in your department that's looking for some extra work?
B: I don't know. We're pretty swamped as it is. I don't think they'd be too thrilled about working overtime.
A: It's not for our company. I have a friend over at IMG Graphics who needs some copyediting done for a project. She needs someone for a part-time gig.
B: I'll ask around, but I'm not sure I'll get any takers. Besides, I don't know if the boss would be happy with us moonlighting.
Is it okay to say the bold sentence in this way:
I don't know if the boss would be happy for us to moonlight.