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In response, we received nearly 200 stories from federal employees, emergency workers, teachers and others at companies large and small.
Some gushed about pristine pumping rooms, but many others had less pleasant tales. It’s not pretty.] In a country where there is no paid parental leave and where most leaves consist of just 12 weeks or less, women are returning to jobs when their bodies (and hearts) might be wanting them to do otherwise: They suffer from painful breasts, leaking milk, the stress of trying to balance a job with new family demands, plus a stigma that a mother can’t excel at work.
But Mc Clusky, who has a 1-year-old daughter, was more fortunate than some.
(Add time for walking to the pumping space, storing the milk and cleaning the equipment.) An employer, no matter its size, “has an obligation under the law to provide the space necessary to allow her to express milk in private and to have the time to do that,” says Bob Simandl, a lawyer with von Briesen & Roper who focuses on employment and labor law.
“I was fortunate that my boss at the time had been a working mother and had done the pumping thing. After her daughter was born, Mc Clusky took four weeks of paid leave provided by the company, two weeks of paid vacation time and then six weeks of unpaid leave.
Before that, no one would have understood what I would be talking about.”Mc Clusky’s pumping area is “in a small printer room, which also has a fridge. She knew that she wanted her daughter to have breast milk for the full year recommended by pediatricians.
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“I never want someone to think that I’m taking a quote-unquote break, or that I’m missing out on work.” Early is one of the lucky ones: Her company, a Tampa staffing firm where she’s worked for six years, has a new pumping room with a door that locks, and has even decorated the space with photos of the babies whose mothers are pumping.