Breastfeeding Support - Karen Kurtz, IBCLC

Lactation Support in the Workplace

Why provide Lactation Support as an Employee Benefit?

These are just some of the reasons companies have found to offer lactation support to their employees.

The new health care legislation requires:

Employers with 50 or more employees to provide a nursing mother with “a reasonable break time” to express breast milk each time the employee needs to express milk for up to a year after her child’s birth. In addition, the provision requires employers to provide a place other than a bathroom that is private where the employee may express milk. The place must be “shielded from view” and “free from intrusion from coworkers and the public.” Although the Act does not define what a “reasonable” break time period is, it does indicate that an employee does not have to be paid for the time.

We can help you comply with this legislation.

The Federal Government has Developed a Program - "The Business Case for Breastfeeding" to address this important national health and economic concern.

Karen Kurtz, IBCLC has taken the training course and is ready to help you implement a workplace lactation program customized for your Southern New Jersey / Southeastern Pennsylvania or Delaware based business.

Karen has over 20 years of experience working with mothers to provide breastfeeding support to meet their needs and help them succeed with breastfeeding when they return to work.

Services Offered by Karen Kurtz, IBCLC

  • Developing a Pumping Station - Do you know you only need a 4' x 5' clean space to provide employees a place to pump milk for their babies?
  • Prenatal / Postpartum Classes for employees and their spouses.
  • Consultations by phone or in person to fa ciliate successful breastfeeding and returning to work.

Getting Started

Call Karen at (856) 448-4666 today to set up an appointment to discuss a program that best meets the needs of your company.


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