By Jennifer Savio, GalTime.com
More and more mothers are breastfeeding their children, but it still seems to be a topic of debate when it comes to where and when women, especially working moms, can do it.
Some women, like Liesel Diolosa, whose daughter will be a year old next month, have been fortunate when it comes to pumping in the workplace. "We have a private room with a refrigerator that we can use to pump and store the milk," said Diolosa. "I'm able to schedule my meetings around when I have to pump and take as much time as I need."
Not everyone is that lucky. Regina Rivera, a human resources executive and mother of two, says that some places she's worked haven't been very accommodating. "At one of my previous companies, a woman used to hide in the IT closet to pump and one day the IT guy walked in on her."Read More »from Breastfeeding at Work: Yes or No?