February 2024

PUMP the ‘Breaks’ on Disciplining Nursing Mothers

Q:   We have an employee who is currently breastfeeding and having issues with her performance. She’s reserving our mother’s room four times per workday for an hour each time. Is there a way to navigate this excessive use of the accommodation according to the Pregnancy Discrimination Act (PDA)? We’re concerned about her ability to get her […]

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Employers with California workers must submit pay data by May 8

California employers have until May 8 to submit last year’s pay data to the state. The reporting portal opened Feb. 1. California law requires private employers with 100 or more employees and/or 100 or more workers hired through labor contractors to submit information annually on pay and demographics. While the law is not new, some of the

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Non-FMLA Leave Can’t Be Designated as FMLA Leave

Q:  One of our employees is on intermittent Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) leave. She’s gotten sick and claims it’s unrelated to her reasons for being on FMLA leave. Can we include these days in her FMLA time and have them go unpaid? A:   No. Unless you have reason to believe she’s being untruthful, then you

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