New employment laws may not just expose employers to liability; they may double it!

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Among the top employment issues that companies will need to navigate in 2024 is enforcing laws that have more recently taken effect.

Take the PUMP for Nursing Mothers Act, for example. The PUMP Act, which amended the Fair Labor Standards Act, took effect in December 2022. It provides additional workplace protections for employees who need to express breast milk. I previously detailed its requirements here.

This year, as employers continue to recalibrate their HR compliance to abide by the PUMP Act and other new employment laws, it’s important not to lose the forest for the trees. Existing laws

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