Nursing Mothers In The Workplace: Requirements And Regulations
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Women now make up a majority of the workforce and a majority of those women are of child-bearing age.
Claims alleging discrimination by nursing mothers are becoming more prevalent and the EEOC is pushing to expand the reach of federal anti-discrimination laws. Many states also have laws addressing the needs of nursing mothers.
This webinar is designed to improve the understanding of these laws by HR professionals, business owners and attorneys. To this end, the laws and regulations governing this area of the law will be discussed, along with recent applicable case law. Attendees will learn best practices for dealing with issues that may arise with nursing mothers.
What Are the Sources of Protections for Nursing Mothers in the Workplace?
What Do the Statutes and Regulations Provide?
- Federal, State and Local Statutes and Ordinances
- Federal and State Regulations
- Federal and State Case Law
What Does the Case Law Provide?
- Federal Statutes
- State Statutes
What Are Best Practices for Accommodating Nursing Mothers in the Workplace?
- Federal Case Law
- EEOC Guidance
- State Case Law
About The Presenter
- Best Practices for Providing Accommodations, Both Required and Dictated by Common Sense
- Best Practices for Avoiding Discrimination
JoAnn M. Hart
- Attorney with Boardman & Clark LLP
- Counsels and represents private and public sector employers on a wide variety of employment law issues under local, state and federal laws, including Family and Medical Leave laws, disability laws, wage and hour laws, and laws prohibiting discrimination in employment, and regularly presents to a variety of audiences on these legal issues
- Has appeared before local, state and federal agencies that enforce these laws, including the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Department of Labor, state commissions, administrative law judges and arbitrators
- Listed in The Best Lawyers in America in Labor and Employment Law and Education Law from 2007 through the present
- J.D. degree, cum laude, University of Wisconsin Law School; Bachelor of Music degree in vocal music education and vocal performance, with honors, Alverno College
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