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What you need to know about breastfeeding rights

What you need to know about breastfeeding rights

All 50 states have laws protect a woman's right to breastfeed in public. Mothers have the right to breast feed anytime and anywhere.

The federal law, “Break Time for Nursing Mothers,” states that for one year after a baby's birth, an employer is required to give the mother time and a private space to pump.

A bathroom, even if private, is not a permissible location. The pumping space must be shielded from view and free from any intrusion from co-workers and the public.

The pumping break time is defined as reasonable break for an employee to express breast milk or nurse their baby.

It is a violation of federal law to harass, discriminate or retaliate against any employee who complains about a lack of accommodation for pumping.

Although companies with less than 50 employees are not subject to federal law, however, your state’s law may offer protection. 

 

 

 

 

Bill would fund  for South Dakota vet students

Bill would fund for South Dakota vet students

Easy tips to nail your job interview

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