Interviewer breastfeeds baby during interview & divides the internet

Interviewer breastfeeds baby during interview & divides the internet

Should the mother have stopped breast feeding or was she right to continue?

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Comments (13)

  • Sir
    Sir@ Bill
    Thu, 15 Dec 2016 7:21am GMT
    Bill, how dare you be so dismissive about my debilitating disability. I have struggled for years to overcome such hurtful attitudes, especially in the workplace.
  • Bill
    Bill@ Roz
    Wed, 14 Dec 2016 2:27pm GMT
    Reading the article really helps with this bit Roz. The candidate arrived earlier than expected (so the mother couldn't feed beforehand) and the interview lasted longer. Therefore the baby got hungry and needed feeding.
  • Bill
    Bill@ Sir
    Wed, 14 Dec 2016 2:25pm GMT
    I guess the difference is that as an adult you have (or should have) a degree of control over your bladder and be able to plan when you use the bathroom. A child needs feeding when it needs feeding.
  • Sir
    Sir
    Wed, 7 Dec 2016 4:04pm GMT
    OK, to all those who think this is ok - please attend for interview next Tuesday at 10:30am in toilet cubicle No.3 - I'll be having a wee (another perfectly natural human bodily function) at the time but assume you won't mind. Yours Sincerely Sir.
    Do you understand now ?
  • So
    So
    Mon, 28 Nov 2016 8:59am GMT
    She was ON MATERNITY LEAVE when the interview took place, so she w

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