Seems odd? But what will you do if your boss steps in and raises policies & rules over your bathroom visits. If your wondering who in their right mind would limit the employees from using bathroom? Heres an interesting report to you.
A company in Illinois hassles its employees by allowing them just 6-minute bathroom breaks in a day.
Teamsters Local 743 has filed a complaint against the employers of WaterSaver Faucet Company with the National Labor Relations Board for regulating the number of bathroom breaks, ABC news reported.
According to the Teamsters’ statement, WaterSaver Faucet Company had installed equipment to electronically monitor the production staff’s washroom use, where employees were needed to key in and out of the bathroom during work hours.
Nick Kreitman, Teamsters Local 743′s staff attorney, said that 19 of approximately 90 employees were disciplined last month for “excessive washroom” use, where no one has been suspended or terminated, but warnings were issued.
WaterSaver Faucet claimed the incident as “mischaracterized by union leadership” and said that any person may go to the washroom at any time they need, but it should be noted that union leadership previously had agreed to a policy regarding washroom use, and even suggested language for it.
Setting a time limit for any individual’s bathroom visit is very disrespectful and uncalled for. If Employee control their nature call due to inhuman restrictions, they would become unhealthy and sick and also their job focus will take a huge hit. I think, its high time for Employee Unions to stand together to stop such restrictions from ever being created.