The Department of Labor has begun enforcing the law passed in March 2010 requiring break time for nursing mothers and has cited 15 employers for violations of the law. We wrote about this law at the time the statute went into effect.
Continue Reading Department of Labor Begins Enforcing Requirement that Employers Provide Breaks to Nursing Mothers

The federal health care reform legislation passed in March of this year included an amendment to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), requiring employers to provide reasonable unpaid break time to nursing mothers to express breast milk for the nursing child.
Continue Reading DOL Issues Guidelines on New Requirement for Break Time for Nursing Moms

Employers may not realize that the recently signed health care reform law includes a provision which amends the Fair Labor Standards Act to require reasonable unpaid breaks for nursing employees.
Continue Reading A Provision of The Health Care Reform Bill Requires Employers to Provide Reasonable Breaks for Nursing Mothers