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    47% OF PREGNANT WORKERS HAVE CONSIDERED QUITTING FOR A MORE BREASTFEEDING-FRIENDLY JOB

    47% OF PREGNANT WORKERS HAVE CONSIDERED QUITTING FOR A MORE BREASTFEEDING-FRIENDLY JOB

     

    Returning to work after having a baby can be challenging enough without having to contend with the difficulties of pumping in the work place. I remember my experiences having to find a vacant meeting room that had enough obscurity to allow me to pump. The experience was never comfortable, either worrying someone would walk in at any moment or conscious of the whirring noise of the pump being audible from the meeting room. It was either that or my other option was to sit in my car in the staff car park trying to avoid the glances of passing by co-workers. It’s disappointing that a stigma still surrounds breastfeeding in the workplace, as reported in this article.

    What are your experiences of pumping in the workplace and ideas for how pumping can be more accessible in the workplace?