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A woman’s pregnancy is a protected condition, and employers and professional peers who commit discrimination, harassment, or retaliation on said person are violating employment law. Some examples of violations include disqualifying a woman for employment, advancement, a pay raise, and other professional opportunities based on her pregnancy. Unfair or biased treatment inside or outside the workplace by peers, managers, and other professional associates also qualifies in this category when a woman’s pregnancy is the factor on which they base their actions or behaviors.

Preserving Justice in the Workplace Since 1992