The human rights code requires employers maintain a workplace that is free from harassment and discrimination. We live in a time where many new trends and ideas are surfacing in our society that have become the norm and could result in situations where an employer is required, with reasonable effort to accommodate. One of these new trends that has become common place is “Public Breastfeeding. While a very polarizing topic, this has moved from the generality of Public Breastfeeding to Breastfeeding in the Workplace and if an employer has a duty to accommodate in such a situation. There are multiple criteria that protects an employee from discrimination, and Breastfeeding in the workplace could potentially fall under multiple categories. Have a read through the article below, which looks at whether an employer should have to accommodate and the implications for employers.