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Jacky Clark
Jacky Clark

Thank the gods I dont live in the USA if Employers do not care for their employees or have a duty of care. Disgraceful - boycott this shop.

Herman Shepard
Herman Shepard

every1 is blaming albertsons for 1 managers brainless actions

Amanda Loveall Mattingly

I hate that there is such doubt for this lady. People in her work place should have helped her out. Her boss, co-workers even customers should have stepped up. Maybe she wasn't in a situation where she felt she could just quit. We don't know. When did we stop caring? We just hate? Does anyone open a door or offer a seat anymore? It's pretty sad. I don't know her but I do have compassion.

Yoojin Kim
Yoojin Kim

This is insanely non-sense. I think this supervisor has no brain or what??? Imagine if YOUR WIFE asked you the same and if she lost YOUR CHILD by your fucking attitude, could you stand the loss of your unborn baby? When your employee askes certain things which are obviously youmust allow her requests, think about the exact same situation as it happens to you. This supervisor is a killer of her baby even if he didnt actually use a knife or gun. She should hire a good attorney and make this guy live in a jail.

Marilyn Williams
Marilyn Williams

If, in fact, there are laws that Albertson's, as a company, and, thereby, its employees/supervisors, are legally bound to follow, then Albertson's should be held accountable. Nothing can replace the loss of a baby, but being hit in the pocketbook could be a good incentive that such a heartless situation never occur again. Doctor's orders should trump all else. I feel really badly for the woman and the choice she felt she had to make - a choice she will pay for for the rest of her life -...

If, in fact, there are laws that Albertson's, as a company, and, thereby, its employees/supervisors, are legally bound to follow, then Albertson's should be held accountable. Nothing can replace the loss of a baby, but being hit in the pocketbook could be a good incentive that such a heartless situation never occur again. Doctor's orders should trump all else. I feel really badly for the woman and the choice she felt she had to make - a choice she will pay for for the rest of her life - the choice between being insured - for the birth of a baby that she was denied - and just walking away from the job....and filing suit.

Mike L Hirschfield
Mike L Hirschfield

Look at the Amish they work right up to before delivery and when done get right back in the hay mound

Mike L Hirschfield
Mike L Hirschfield

I hate to say thus but some people live life to find fault and make other people or companies pay for the misfortune that they could have controlled themselves

Jerrie Bryant
Jerrie Bryant

I have intermittent leave - I work 12 hour shifts - I can leave anytime and cannot be told I have to stay if my problem flares up.

Anonymous
Anonymous

We will hear more things like this case with the sad state of today's labor unions.

Mike A. Pye
Mike A. Pye

COMMON SENCE MUST KICK IN ....SIMPLE LIFE OVER ANYTHING...NO JOB WORTH A STUPID BOSS ...FIRE HIS ASS ,BE THANKFUL THATS NOTMY BABY...TODAY YOU WALK

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