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Originally Posted by cyncyn
There must be some kind of subconscious stigma about bringing kids, like it is less professional? Or "I'm here to work" attitude? It is hard to be a mama and an employee at the same exact time; requires prioritizing and juggling tasks. Too much trouble to deal with?
Originally Posted by heket
As for getting more new parents to take advantage of what you're offering, how do you go about informing them? Is it a one-on-one kind of thing, do you give them a flyer? Perhaps they are leery because it is not an official policy and don't want to get into trouble. For some, it could just be they work better being separated from their child(-ren). For me, having a babe at work in the beginning would be fine, but my high spirited toddler would never let me get anything done.
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