Is sharing jobs between workflows ok?

This is part of my config related to the problem:

version: 2.0

# ...
# jobs definitions
# ...

workflows:
  version: 2
  build_test:
    jobs:
      - check:
          filters: {tags: {ignore: "/.*/"}}

      - build_dev_debug:
          requires: [check]

      - build_prod_release:
          requires: [check, build_dev_debug]
          filters: {branches: {only: develop}}

      - approve_version_patch_bump:
          type: approval
          requires: [build_prod_release]
          filters: {branches: {only: develop}}

      - approve_version_minor_bump:
          type: approval
          requires: [build_prod_release]
          filters: {branches: {only: develop}}

      - approve_version_major_bump:
          type: approval
          requires: [build_prod_release]
          filters: {branches: {only: develop}}

      - bump_version_patch:
          requires: [approve_version_patch_bump]

      - bump_version_minor:
          requires: [approve_version_minor_bump]

      - bump_version_major:
          requires: [approve_version_major_bump]

  deploy:
    jobs:
      - check:
          filters: {branches: {ignore: "/.*/"}, tags: {only: "/^v[0-9]+\\.[0-9]+\\.[0-9]+$/"}}

      - build_dev_debug:
          requires: [check]


      - build_prod_release:
          requires: [check, build_dev_debug]

There are two workflows: ‘build_test’ and ‘deploy’.
The overall procedure is:

  1. When merge (or new commit) comes to develop, start ‘build_test’.
  2. In ‘build_test’ optionally I can unhold bump version job.
  3. When the tag is added (pushed to develop) trigger ‘deploy’ workflow.

The problem I have is that in the workflow ‘deploy’ only first job (‘check’) is run. And I don’t know the reason why. Is the sharing of jobs between workflows correct practice? Or am I doing something else wrong?

(There is also one more issue with this config: ‘build_test’ doesn’t filter out tags effectively, and once a tag is pushed, both ‘build_test’ and ‘deploy’ start, not only ‘deploy’ as I wanted. )

Any suggestions very welcomed.