In addition to notifying all existing employees of the protections of this new law by June 29, 2020, employers must also:
- Post the notice in a conspicuous and accessible location informing employees of these employment protections;
- Provide written notice to any employee who informs the employer of their pregnancy within ten days; and
- Provide new employees written notice at the time of hire.
Remember, in addition to accommodating nursing mothers, all Oregon employers are required to have a lactation break policy as of October 2019. With these developments, it is a great time to review and update your employee handbook.
If you have questions about providing notice or responding to these developments, contact Amy Angel at 503-276-2195 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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