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707d

Crohns crew: how do y’all explain frequent bathroom breaks at the workplace?

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    • Pup_Mom

      698d

      I have always been upfront and honest with my boss and coworkers. I luckily have coworkers who have their own GI issues and it’s become a joke to hurry down the hall to the restroom while saying “code brown.” Haha. Works in my workplace but probably not appropriate for all.

    • Pup_Mom

      698d

      I have always been upfront and honest with my boss and coworkers. I luckily have coworkers who have their own GI issues and it’s become a joke to hurry down the hall to the restroom while saying “code brown.” Haha. Works in my workplace but probably not appropriate for all.

    • SophiaAnne

      698d

      Same, I file information with HR and tell my supervisor right away. That way if there are issues I can talk to someone in HR and thru already have the information they need.

    • Sabrinna

      706d

      I highly agree with what cayden said. Im very transparent with my managers about my pain and symptoms and luckily they have been very understanding. I think if management wasn’t understanding of it, it could be discriminatory

    • cayden

      707d

      for me i explain almost immediately when i get to a new place. it’s important to me that people i work with know who i am and why i do the things that i do.

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