I don’t want to spend a week in a remote cabin with coworkers while I’m pregnant
By Ask a Manager on January 28, 2014
A reader writes: We’re working on a product redesign and as part of the process, it’s been suggested that the team goes offsite for a week to bang out the details. “Offsite” meaning the entire team (co-ed) going to stay in some remote cabin in the mountains, retreat style, where we have to share bedrooms and bathrooms, and close quarters as we’d be living, eating, and working in said cabin for the full week. I hate this. . . .
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