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Spencer Johnson McCammon Weekly

Spencer Johnson McCammon Weekly

Topic of the Week

Breastfeeding in the Workplace

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Blog of the Week

Black Women's Equal Pay Day is all the evidence of systemic racism and sexism you need

Black Women’s Equal Pay Day falls on August 3 this year. That’s the day when, starting on January 1, 2020, Black women have finally been paid what white men were paid in 2020 alone.

Thought for the Week

"Despite the great strides that the U.S. has made in breaking down breastfeeding barriers, gaps in the law remain. Workers don't have federally-protected breastfeeding rights and an employer is not required to compensate an employee for breaks they take to pump, [thus causing women to lose pay]. "

–Nola Booth

List of the Week

from Little Bundle

Facts on the benefits of breastfeeding:

  • It's lack of water usage and zero waste make it environmentally friendly
  • It reduces the risk of post-partum depression in new mothers
  • Mothers offered space at work to pump are able to breastfeed their child longer
  • Adults who were breastfed are more likely to perform better in intelligence tests

Top Five News Headlines

  1. California Mid-Year Legislative Update: Family Leave, Sick Pay, and Work Quotas
  2. California Supreme Court Requires Employers to Pay Meal and Rest Period Premiums at the Regular Rate of Pay
  3. U.S. DOL Rescinds Trump-Era Rule Regarding Joint-Employer Status Under the FLSA
  4. Transportation Industry Alert - Labor Law Changes from the Biden Administration on the Horizon
  5. Registered and Authorized Medical Cannabis Patients in Puerto Rico Gain Employment Protections