A co-owner of a company was taking her upset toddler to the office while trying to manage a project. A rude colleague told the child to shut up, which made the co-owner angry, leading to the colleague getting fired. The situation happened while the co-owner, who runs the technology side of the company, was already stressed with her child's father in the hospital and her nanny on break. She was trying to take care of her daughter while juggling work, and the colleague's behavior only made things worse. Although the co-owner admits it wasn't her best day, she believes the colleague was in the wrong for being rude to a child.
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An office meltdown over a crying toddler has led to an employee's firing. A man walked by and told the toddler's mother to 'shut her kid up' in the office. The mother, who is a co-owner of the company, responded by telling the man that if it weren't for her daughter's father or her, he wouldn't have a job. The situation escalated when the man started yelling at another employee who told him that the mother was the owner and that he had to leave if he didn't like it. The employee was subsequently fired for insubordination and making s*xist remarks about women in business. The mother admits that it wasn't one of her best days, but she was trying to run a company and take care of her daughter during a stressful time. The incident raises questions about appropriate behavior in the workplace when it comes to children and how companies can support working parents. In the next section, we will look at some of the reactions to the incident and what it says about work-life balance in today's world.
Man tells toddler to shut up in office, gets fired. NTA.
NTA fires back at sexist employee and receives support.
Commenter supports firing of rude employee, predicts potential lawsuits 🤦♂️
Concerned commenters ask about the well-being of Sarah the Dinosaur 🦕
Commenter justifies Adam's firing for being hostile and sexist.
Agreeing with the commenter's stance on office etiquette.
Man gets fired for telling toddler to shut up, justified firing. 💼👶
Office etiquette questioned as IT guy tells toddler to shut up 🤔
Office meltdown sparks debate on basic human decency in workplace 😕
Owner's office meltdown causes ESH judgement and employee backlash 😬
Office power dynamic causes explosive response from employee.
Bringing a toddler to the office can be unprofessional, but firing someone for telling them to shut up is extreme 🤔
ESH, but sexist guy deserved to be fired for being rude.
Father defends toddler's meltdown in office, gets man fired 👨👧🏢
Adam took action to protect the company from a lawsuit 🤝
Parent brings toddler to office, sparks controversy. ESH.
Commenter thinks boss and employee are both in the wrong 😕
Commenter defends firing of man who told toddler to shut up.
Parenting and working from home is hard, but everyone deserves respect 😔
OP is YTA for not controlling their disruptive child in the office.
Child tantrums in office cause trouble, but empathy is important.
Parent defends toddler's crying after man gets fired from office.
Parent could have handled toddler meltdown more professionally. ESH.
Parent brings fussy child to work, both parent and man in the wrong.
Office meltdown leads to firing and AH behavior.
Family-friendly office or unprofessional distraction? 🤔
Control your anger, not the toddler. NTA for sure! 😤👶
The missing details in the story leave us questioning. 🤔
Support for firing sexist employee in office 👍🏼
Commenter with sensory overload condition shares perspective on noise sensitivity.
Owner gets man fired for telling kid to shut up, internet calls YTA 🤷
Work is an escape for some, crying kids can be frustrating 😩
Office tantrums aren't professional 😒, but getting someone fired isn't cool 😕
Toddlers in the office: a**hole move or reasonable request? 🤔
Employee fired over toddler tantrum disruption raises questions.
Parenting in public - when to take a step back? 🤔
Office owner and employee both display unprofessional behavior. 🤔
Office tantrums aren't ideal, but insulting the owner is worse 🤨
Toddlers in office? ESH, but firing was too harsh 🤷♂️
Parenting advice? Commenter calls out YTA for toddler incident.
Don't be an a**hole owner, listen to your employees 👂👶
Commenter calls out owner for firing employee, sparks debate. 🔥
Concerned commenter wonders about Sara's well-being 😟
Parent defends business owner, calls out disruptive behavior of fellow parent 👨👦
Parenting in the workplace gone wrong 🤦♀️
Good riddance! NTA did the right thing 💪🏼👏🏼
Keeping a professional environment is key, YTA for firing.
Toddler causes chaos at work, but man's response is unacceptable. ESH.
Owner, employee, and fired worker all in wrong in office incident 😬
Workplace etiquette and handling child meltdowns 🤔
Office not a place for toddlers. ESH for being unprofessional.