We rehired a team member after she had a baby and she's implemented a nursing regimen at work. At lunch, she nurses in her car with her undergarments visible or on the side lawn of the practice parking lot. Then she pumps—in our doctor's office. The rest of the staff is uncomfortable, and we would like to encourage discretion while still supporting her decision to nurse her child. How do I approach this employee?
Our receptionists often forget to give clients their pets' medications before they leave our practice. I created a hanging prescription filing system to simplify the process, but that hasn't resolved the problem. I've approached my managers about the issue, but they don't seem concerned. What should I do?
I work at a large practice, and our team members get along well and even socialize outside of work. There's one hitch: One team member practices poor personal hygiene. Periodically, she emits a strong body odor for days at a time. Her team leader approached her when the problem first surfaced, and she improved temporarily. How can we approach her again without embarrassing her--and ourselves?