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Posts tagged 29 U.S.C. 207(r).

A recent settlement emphasizes that employers must be sure they are prepared to respond appropriately to a nursing mother's request for breaks to express breastmilk.

The U.S. Labor Department reports that a temporary-staffing employee has received $1,152 in back-wages and unspecified "other damages" for what it contended was a violation of the FLSA's Section 7(r).

Prudent employers will consider ahead of time how they plan to respond when an employee invokes the FLSA's nursing-mother break requirement.

The U.S. Labor Department has recently given us information relating to its enforcement of the FLSA requirement to grant breaktime to an employee for the purpose of expressing breastmilk for her nursing child.

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