I said in both my responses what actions the stylist should've taken, and they matched up pretty well with you're second paragraph, and that the actions they duff take were reprehensible.
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I asked my hairdresser sister about this and she said that while people moving about to answer phones, drink coffee, attend to child can sometimes be annoying, its part of the job and she'd never tell anyone they couldn't do it. As for bf'ing, she had mothers doing it all the time with no issues and she herself bf her kids when getting co workers to style her hair while on mat leave. She thinks it was a massive mistake for this girl to walk off without a word and I agree. Also, while a junior may very well do just as good a job, I'd hate to have two different people cut my hair because a lot of people cut differently. IF the mother had said 'please stop while I feed my child' then it's well within their rights to say if we stop you will need to have your style finished by someone else so we don't run overtime. But the mother had no say because she wasn't told that the hairdresser would stop and why.
A big mistake on the hairdressers part and Im sure her biggest lesson out of this is...communication!
Does anyone else think (yes, jumping to conclusions because clearly I wasn't there), that the hairdresser may have just got jack of her customers doing 'things' while she's cutting hair and walked off in a huff to prove a point? Then when it all got blown up went ooops, umm, I did it for privacy or something like that.
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Last edited by Atropos; 26-05-2013 at 05:45.
Olin are you the hairdresser involved? I'm amazed at your staying power!
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