To heat their lunches.
Anyone else experienced this?
I remember when dd was little everytime I went In our local westfields there was always a staffs dinner cooking in the microwave when we tried to heat up her bottle.
Twice in a week I have gone in to heat a friends bottle for her little one and a westfields staff member each time was using the microwave. I asked the girl today if she could please take her lunch out that still had 6 mins to go so I could use for 30 seconds!! She cracked the s@?ts and said I'm on my break, I replied the microwaves are for babies food and bottles not to heat your lasagne possibly cross contaminating babies food. It just gets me so mad but maybe they should have a microwave somewhere for the centre staff to use maybe in centre management or something
I have seen it twice at my local Westfield. I didn't need to use the microwave, I was only using the parents room to change ds nappy. But I thought it was bizarre seeing staff using the microwave for their lunch, surely their own work place has a lunch room or their own kitchen facilities they can use??
If I was you I'd be ringing centre management and let them know your concern, no way would I want cross contamination with my ds bottle or food if I had to use the microwave!! And what if this girls food had splattered everywhere, you reckon she'd have cleaned it up? Bet you anything...NO!!
Maybe CM will send a memo or notice of some sort that'll be distributed to all the stores notifying staff about the usage of facilities made specially for parents use? I know if I see it again I'll be making a complaint