My employer set-up a very nice nursing room on the 24th floor (we are on 18). They changed the locks so only the Office Mgr and I have the key. There is a nice chair, ottoman, table, and mini frigde. I love the room and feel very comfortable pumping there. I pump through out the day and leave all of my stuff there until my last session (including milk in the fridge).
Well today I get a call that one of my co-workers (different department) is not feeling well and went to go lie down in the nursing room. I wasn't given an opportunity to remove my stuff from the room and I was schedule to go upstairs to pump at noon.
Long story short, I get up there and everything is rearranged and my pump is unplugged. I 100% understand the room is property of the company and not mine but now I feel uneasy being up there. Are they going to let people up there all the time if they are not feeling well? Why did she touch my pump and move the funiture? Should I throw away the milk?
Am I overreacting?