Re: Just curious...
Statistically, *very* few companies have a room dedicated to pumping/lactation. More companies are able to find a suitable location for use by their employees, but not all. Some examples of temporary lactation rooms include: offices of other employees who are out on maternity leave, storage rooms (still used for storage, just with a lock on the door), unused bathrooms, conference rooms, janitor's closets, exercise rooms, lunch rooms, break rooms, extra rooms in a hotel, and a walk-in coat closet (this was used during the summer months, cause there were no coats to store in there!).
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