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Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Bad Decision

What do you breastfeeding mammas have to say about this?

http://blogs.wsj.com/juggle/2009/08/31/can-pumping-at-work-get-you-fired/

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3 nice things to say...:

Martha said...

Nothing like an inflexible employer to help promote workplace stress.
I think Totes will get some bad publicity for this, very shortsighted.

BrandiH2007 said...

As a BFing mommy who just came in from pumping, this makes me mad. I understand why they made the decision they did, but the court really should have addressed the question at hand. In times like these why are they making it harder for a mother to provide naturally (and cheaper) for their children when they are making it harder for mom's to stay home and care for them. There needs to be a compromise. I don't know what I'd do if my boss tried to stop me from going out to pump. I'm even upset that a company the size of mine doesn't have a lactation room, I pump in my car, no idea what I'm gonna do when winter gets here.

On My Mind 24/7 said...

I feel for the poor woman. I too, don't know what I'd do if I was told I couldn't pump. There just aren't enough laws to protect pumping mothers. Too many have too choose to either stay home and bf, or work and give it up.

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