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Scott Wagner & Associates, P.A. Florida Labor & Employment Lawyer
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If my employer is not providing me a private area for breastfeeding, is that legal?

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Employer, depending on the size of your employer, it may very well be illegal for the employer to not provide you with the private area for breastfeeding. There’s recent laws in the state of Florida that require that certain employees are given the abilities to have a private place to breastfeed. Therefore, if you do have questions about what your rights might be, it’s a good idea to seek consultation from an employment lawyer who can advice you on those.

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