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Supreme Court decision considered a win for pregnant employee rights

Roughly 36 years ago, members of the 1978 Congress passed the Pregnancy Discrimination Act which effectively prohibited employers from discriminating against an employee based upon her pregnancy status. Despite the law and the protections it affords, since 1978 there have been many pregnant women who have come forward to report being fired, harassed or otherwise disciplined by an employer.

Have you been the victim of employment retaliation?

Employees who are the targets of harassing or discriminating acts in the workplace are encouraged to report such acts and file a formal complaint. Once an employer is made aware that harassing and discriminatory acts have occurred, swift measures should be taken to investigate the claims and, if necessary, intervene.

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