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In spite of the intensive coverage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act signed into law last spring, many employers have overlooked a section that benefits breastfeeding mothers in the workplace. The federal labor law requires employers to provide mothers with “reasonable break time” and a private, non-bathroom location to express breastmilk during the workday (up until the child’s first birthday).
In order to allow employees to take advantage of the many health benefits of breastfeeding, you may wish to consider drafting a written policy on breastfeeding and expressing breast milk in the workplace. The policy should include things such as:
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