. In Case You’ve Missed It Pregnant workers may get longer breaks, more time off and other accommodations as new law takes effect « JO LEE MAGAZINE

NBC NEWS – The new law mandates that employers with at least 15 employees provide “reasonable accommodations” to workers who need them due to pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, according to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, which is tasked with enforcing the law. An estimated 2.8 million workers annually could benefit from the policy change, according to a report published last fall by the advocacy organization National Partnership for Women and Families. The EEOC has yet to publish a list of the types of accommodations that will be required under the law.

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