The number of working mothers with infants in the U.S. is rapidly increasing. But, returning to work after childbirth leads many new mothers to give up breastfeeding. Studies show that supportive lactation programs benefit companies with lower health care costs, reduced absenteeism, increased retention, and higher productivity. And now, accommodating breastfeeding is the law.
Federal and California law generally give mothers the right to pump breast milk at work. But what steps does your organization have to take when a new mother returns from maternity leave? This course explores lactation accommodation rules and identifies your obligations as an employer in plain English. It also includes a compliance checklist, best practices, and resources for developing an effective lactation program.
Audience: managers and anyone with supervisory responsibilities
Duration: 10-15 mins