Some restaurant employers are scrambling to provide new accommodations for nursing mothers to satisfy a little known requirement in the federal health care reform enacted in March. Specifically, all employers are required to provide a private place for nursing mothers to express milk effective immediately, according to legal experts. “The requirements of the new law are quite simple: A mother who is nursing her child is entitled to take reasonable breaks each time she needs to ...
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