The federal Break Time for Nursing Mothers law requires employers covered by the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) to provide basic accommodations for breastfeeding mothers at work. These accommodations include time for women to express milk and a private space that is not a.
The federal law provides that employees who work for employers covered by the time for nursing mothers to express breast milk does not preempt State laws.
If you're breastfeeding your child, do you have a right to pump milk at work? Under federal law, the answer is a rather complicated “maybe.”.
Care Act (ACA) requires most insurance plans to cover the cost of a breast pump and lists state-specific breastfeeding laws as well as information on federal.
Since , the federal “Break Time for Nursing Mothers” law has helped for hourly paid employees to pump breast milk during the work day.