The Air Force has a new policy that will provide a new benefit for nursing mothers.
A new law will require lactation spaces in public federal buildings for use by federal employees.
Legislation recently passed the House in a renewed effort to provide private lactation spaces in federal buildings for visitors.
Should federally owned or leased buildings be required to provide private lactation spaces for female visitors? One lawmaker thinks they should.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is linking the temporary condition of pregnancy to a legal principle usually associated with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which rewrote the rules of access in both the workplace and society as they relate to accommodating people with disabilities. The author discusses how this change could impact federal workers in their workplaces.
President Obama has given OPM delegated authority “to providing appropriate workplace accommodations for executive branch civilian employees who are nursing mothers.” What does this mean for your agency?