I saw that the other thread was closed, and I'm not trying to start a fuss, I just wanted to share my experiences.
Basically, there's a choice you make when you wear in the workplace. There's two ways to approach it. You can either wear something highly absorbant like cloth diapers or an Abena X Plus, giving you the option of being able to work a full 8-hour day...OR...you can wear something more discreet and bring along diapers with you to change into during the day when necessary. Both of these options have their pros and cons. For instance, if you choose to wear a highly absorbant diaper, you're most likely going to be bulging in your pants by the end of the day from all of the puffing, making your chances of someone noticing increase. On the other hand, you could then wear a more discreet diaper to work and change in the bathroom, but changing in a public restroom is a hassle, and if you've never done so, you will learn it is a challenge for a couple of reasons. One, some people have a hard time getting padded while standing, so you might want to get some practice doing this in the comfort of your own home before venturing off into public. Two, getting padded in a public restroom means that you are changing in privacy visually, but people can still hear the crinkling of the plastic, and the removing/securing of your tapes, etc. To me, that's the hardest aspect of changing in a public restroom. You need to either wait for people to flush and leave before you continue, or just get lucky and be the only person using the bathroom. You might be 90% through the changing process and have your diaper spread out inbetween your legs ready to tape it up and bam, someone walks in the bathroom to take a shit......Shit!....Now you have to wait for them to do their business, (which stinks), and wastes your time possibly making you look bad to your employers for taking such a long restroom break. Unless of course you're not concerned with the idea of taping up your diaper with someone you might know sitting in the stall directly next to you. Changing in the workplace makes the other option a better choice, but again, you're risking being noticed with all the extra padding. An Abena X Plus might be discrete in the beginning of the work day, but you'll be quite puffy when you punch out at five.
I'd also like to point out a good point that Sulli made in the previous topic. If you're working manual labor in construction, etc....(Moving around, bending up and down, running)...Over the course of the day, this can and will destroy the performance factor of your disposables. The padding will break off the front and get clumped into the center, making you much more prone to leaks, (especially if you plan on sitting down during your lunch break). If you're working a job where you're constantly moving and doing the activities stated above, you might either want to consider cloth, or bringing diapers to change into during the course of the day. A highly absorbant disposable might not be your best bet.
If anyone else has any experience with this, please post your strategy and experiences.