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Employer Tips: Complying With the PUMP Act to Support New Mothers
1/30/24
Workplace Support, Employers

Employer Tips: Complying With the PUMP Act to Support New Mothers

Large corporations increasingly recognize the importance of family-friendly policies to attract and retain top talent. The recent U.S. legislation, the PUMP Act, is a significant step toward supporting nursing mothers in the workplace. Here, we look at the specifics of the new legislation and what steps enterprises are taking to support new mothers beyond mandates. Understanding the PUMP Act The PUMP Act, or Providing Urgent Maternal Protections, was signed into law in December 2022. Under this law, all companies must:…

Emily Clarkson
5/7/18
Family Health, Workplace Support

Emily Clarkson

Ihad my first work trip post mat leave and I wanted to be sure my milk would safely return to my husband and baby. A co-worker had just needed to do the same about 6 months prior and she recommended Milk Stork. The process was incredibly easy and I felt secure in knowing that my hard work would not go to waste. – Submitted by Emily Clarkson, Email Marketing…

Savon Sampson
5/6/18
Family Health, Workplace Support

Savon Sampson

I‘ve used Milk Stork on almost all of my business trips. The one time, I didn’t it was a disaster. My company wanted to use dry ice and I recommended we use Milk Stork; I was overridden by someone higher up who had always had a great experience with dry ice. Here’s how it went down: Days 1-4 my milk was shipped overnight at 4pm to my home for a 10am delivery and all was fine. On the last day,…

A. Adele
5/5/18
Family Health, Workplace Support

A. Adele

The whole process was a lifesaver for me! I had planned to be out of town for 4 days for a family wedding and getting enough milk supply stocked up beforehand was difficult to do, I had anxiety about leaving the baby and a fear that our our caretaker would run out of milk. I googled for information and milk stork popped up, even though it’s a little pricey it was totally worth me not having to worry while I…

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