Like I don’t have enough reasons to not like Weight Watchers (now it’s not a diet – yeah, and my ass chews crackers and whistles Dixie).
Even if you lose 118 pounds using Weight Watchers, going down to a size 12 from a size 24, and keep that weight off for more than 5 years (really beating the odds), and have the requisite job skills, you are still not good enough to work for Weight Watchers as a national trainer.
This lady really is a fan of WW (or at least used to be), and yet she was told during an interview (that had seemingly been going very well) that her BMI was too high for WW to hire her for the position! WTF.
Unfortunately, unless this happened in Michigan, Washington DC, Santa Cruz, or San Francisco, it is not actionable.
And why isn’t this all over the news? Don’t you think people who go to WW might be interested in knowing about how WW is treating one of their own?
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