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Old 11-16-2015, 11:29 PM
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Originally Posted by psychobunny View Post
You are taking at least an hour's worth of breaks daily and I will gratefully grant you the time you need but I am NOT paying you overtime wages to sit in a room and pump milk while everybody else covers for you. By all means, take the time you need but don't include it on timesheet as working hours.
Strictly speaking, what is the law on that these days? Are employers expected or required to allow pumping-breaks, and are employers expected or required to allow the same on company time? Our culture, expectations, and laws are rapidly evolving on all kinds of issues like this, and it's hard to keep up.