Forbes Discusses Breastfeeding at Work with Partner Carrie Hoffman


Labor and Employment Partner Carrie Hoffman spoke to Forbes about the evolution of breastfeeding in the workplace.

"Most corporate offices can find a private space for their workers. Where compliance gets tricky is such workplaces as restaurants, hotels and retail stores," remarked Ms. Hoffman. "Space is at a premium there, especially for small retailers. Big box stores like Best Buy or Macy's usually have a private place for their employees anyway so any additional measures they may have to take for compliance are not too costly."

The article's title is "Obamacare's Mother's Day Gift: Space and Time to Breastfeed at Work."

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