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While lactation accommodation requirements are not new to California employers, Senate Bill 142 significantly expands an employer’s obligation to provide lactation accommodations and provides new consequences for noncompliance. California employers should be aware of these new obligations to ensure their work sites are compliant by the Jan. 1, 2020, effective date.

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