Willow Wearable Breast Pump is hands-free so women can easily manage everyday tasks while pumping.

Supporting breastfeeding at work is good for business.

Offering the Willow® Wearable Breast Pump helps retain top female talent & encourages work, life, and family balance by giving busy moms their time (and hands!) back.

Willow is the first all-in-one breast pump that fits in a bra, with no dangling bottles, external tubes, or cords to hold moms back. Willow helps Mom break out of the pumping bunker and lets her keep doing everyday tasks. And because Willow works quietly, moms can go ahead and take that conference call without the mute button.

Shown in white.

Take the stress out of pumping at work.

What is Willow at Work?

We partner with leading employers to provide the Willow Wearable Breast Pump as a maternity benefit for working moms.

Why working moms love Willow

In a survey of more than 300 women who have used Willow for at least a month, 90% stated they can multi-task while using Willow.¹ Willow was designed to help busy working moms pump in different places – on their commute, while traveling, at events – or while taking a much needed break on the couch.

With it’s all in one design and no attachments, Willow can be worn discreetly and used anywhere.

Why should my company offer Willow at Work?

1. Attract and retain female talent

Retaining great talent is one of today’s biggest challenges: Research states that 40% of women do not return to their job once they had a baby. Stress about pumping at work is the #2 factor why women do not return to their job.²

Retention Rate of Female Employees³

Companies with lactation programs0%
National Average0%
woman-4

Quiet enough to take that conference call.

2. Lower health care costs

Healthier families mean lower health care costs. Babies who are not breastfed visit the doctor twice as often, spend more days in the hospital, and require more prescriptions than breastfed infants as they are more likely to contract common illnesses like ear, respiratory, and gastrointestinal infections.³

3. Lower employee absenteeism rates

Studies show that mothers who formula-feed their children are three times more likely to miss a day of work due to a sick infant, vs. breastfeeding mothers.

Infant illness requiring 1-day work absence³

Mothers of breastfed infants0%
Mothers of formula fed infants0%

Using Willow to support employees who breast pump at work is a low-cost, high impact strategy.

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What moms are saying:

To learn more about the Willow at Work Program, contact our team at willowatwork@willowpump.com.
To learn more about the Willow Wearable Breast Pump, visit: willowpump.com.

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Willow Wearable Breast Pump is hands-free so women can easily manage everyday tasks while pumping.

Supporting breastfeeding at work is good for business.

Offering the Willow® Wearable Breast Pump helps retain top female talent & encourages work, life, and family balance by giving busy moms their time (and hands!) back.

Willow is the first all-in-one breast pump that fits in a bra, with no dangling bottles, external tubes, or cords to hold moms back. Willow helps Mom break out of the pumping bunker and lets her keep doing everyday tasks. And because Willow works quietly, moms can go ahead and take that conference call without the mute button.

Shown in white.

Take the stress out of pumping at work.

What is Willow at Work?

We partner with leading employers to provide the Willow Wearable Breast Pump as a maternity benefit for working moms.

Why Working Moms Love Willow

In a survey of more than 300 women who have used Willow for at least a month, 90% stated they can multi-task while using Willow.¹ Willow was designed to help busy working moms pump in different places – on their commute, while traveling, at events – or while taking a much needed break on the couch.

With it’s all in one design and no attachments, Willow can be worn discreetly and used anywhere.

Why should my company offer Willow at Work?

1. Attract and retain female talent

Retaining great talent is one of today’s biggest challenges: Research states that 40% of women do not return to their job once they had a baby. Stress about pumping at work is the #2 factor why women do not return to their job.²

Retention Rate of Female Employees³

Companies with lactation programs0%
National Average0%
woman-4

Quiet enough to take that conference call.

2. Lower health care costs

Healthier families mean lower health care costs. Babies who are not breastfed visit the doctor twice as often, spend more days in the hospital, and require more prescriptions than breastfed infants as they are more likely to contract common illnesses like ear, respiratory, and gastrointestinal infections.³

3. Lower employee absenteeism rates

Studies show that mothers who formula-feed their children are three times more likely to miss a day of work due to a sick infant, vs. breastfeeding mothers.

Infant illness requiring 1-day work absence³

Mothers of breastfed infants0%
Mothers of formula fed infants0%

Using Willow to support employees who breast pump at work is a low-cost, high impact strategy.

woman-5

What moms are saying:

To learn more about the Willow at Work Program, contact our team at willowatwork@willowpump.com.
To learn more about the Willow Wearable Breast Pump, visit: willowpump.com.

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Willow Wearable Breast Pump is hands-free so women can easily manage everyday tasks while pumping.

Supporting breastfeeding at work is good for business.

Offering the Willow® Wearable Breast Pump helps retain top female talent & encourages work, life, and family balance by giving busy moms their time (and hands!) back.

Willow is the first all-in-one breast pump that fits in a bra, with no dangling bottles, external tubes, or cords to hold moms back. Willow helps Mom break out of the pumping bunker and lets her keep doing everyday tasks. And because Willow works quietly, moms can go ahead and take that conference call without the mute button.

Shown in white.

Take the stress out of pumping at work.

What is Willow at Work?

We partner with leading employers to provide the Willow Wearable Breast Pump as a maternity benefit for working moms.

Why Working Moms Love Willow

In a survey of more than 300 women who have used Willow for at least a month, 90% stated they can multi-task while using Willow.¹ Willow was designed to help busy working moms pump in different places – on their commute, while traveling, at events – or while taking a much needed break on the couch.

With it’s all in one design and no attachments, Willow can be worn discreetly and used anywhere.

Why should my company offer Willow at Work?

1. Attract and retain female talent

Retaining great talent is one of today’s biggest challenges: Research states that 40% of women do not return to their job once they had a baby. Stress about pumping at work is the #2 factor why women do not return to their job.²

Retention Rate of Female Employees³

Companies with lactation programs0%

National Average0%

woman-4

Quiet enough to take that conference call.

2. Lower health care costs

Healthier families mean lower health care costs. Babies who are not breastfed visit the doctor twice as often, spend more days in the hospital, and require more prescriptions than breastfed infants as they are more likely to contract common illnesses like ear, respiratory, and gastrointestinal infections.³

3. Lower employee absenteeism rates

Studies show that mothers who formula-feed their children are three times more likely to miss a day of work due to a sick infant, vs. breastfeeding mothers.

Infant illness requiring 1-day work absence³

Mothers of breastfed infants0%

Mothers of formula fed infants0%

Using Willow to support employees who breast pump at work is a low-cost, high impact strategy.

woman-5

What moms are saying:

To learn more about the Willow at Work Program, contact our team at willowatwork@willowpump.com.
To learn more about the Willow Wearable Breast Pump, visit: willowpump.com.

¹ Source: Data on file at Willow.

² Source: Ovia, Motherhood in America Report, 2017

³ Source : U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (Health Resources and Services Administration, HRSA), 2008

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Willow Wearable Breast Pump is hands-free so women can

easily manage everyday tasks while pumping.

Supporting breastfeeding at work is good for business.

Offering the Willow® Wearable Breast Pump helps retain top female talent & encourages work, life, and family balance by giving busy moms their time (and hands!) back.

Willow is the first all-in-one breast pump that fits in a bra, with no dangling bottles, external tubes, or cords to hold moms back. Willow helps Mom break out of the pumping bunker and lets her keep doing everyday tasks. And because Willow works quietly, moms can go ahead and take that conference call without the mute button.

Shown in white.

Take the stress out of pumping at work.

What is Willow at Work?

We partner with leading employers to provide the Willow Wearable Breast Pump as a maternity benefit for working moms.

Why Working Moms Love Willow

In a survey of more than 300 women who have used Willow for at least a month, 90% stated they can multi-task while using Willow.¹ Willow was designed to help busy working moms pump in different places – on their commute, while traveling, at events – or while taking a much needed break on the couch.

With it’s all in one design and no attachments, Willow can be 

worn discreetly and used anywhere.

Why should my company offer Willow at Work?

1. Attract and retain female talent

Retaining great talent is one of today’s biggest challenges: Research states that 40% of women do not return to their job once they had a baby. Stress about pumping at work is the #2 factor why women do not return to their job.²

Retention Rate of Female Employees³

Companies with lactation programs0%

National Average0%

woman-4

2. Lower health care costs

Healthier families mean lower health care costs. Babies who are not breastfed visit the doctor twice as often, spend more days in the hospital, and require more prescriptions than breastfed infants as they are more likely to contract common illnesses like ear, respiratory, and gastrointestinal infections.³

Quiet enough to take that conference call.

3. Lower employee absenteeism rates

Studies show that mothers who formula-feed their children are three times more likely to miss a day of work due to a sick infant, vs. breastfeeding mothers.

Infant illness requiring 1-day work absence³

Mothers of breastfed infants0%

Mothers of formula fed infants0%

Using Willow to support employees who breast pump at work is a low-cost, high impact strategy.

woman-5

What moms are saying:

To learn more about the Willow at Work Program, contact our team at willowatwork@willowpump.com.
To learn more about the Willow Wearable Breast Pump, visit: willowpump.com.

¹ Source: Data on file at Willow.

² Source: Ovia, Motherhood in America Report, 2017

³ Source : U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

(Health Resources and Services Administration, HRSA), 2008

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