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HRM CA | 20 Nov 2014, 12:31 PM Agree 0
A US jury awarded a new mother $185 million in damages after they found that she had been a victim of pregnancy and gender discrimination.
  • Romola Menon | 20 Nov 2014, 02:08 PM Agree 0
    First, she 'fell pregnant'? Like in, she 'fell ill'? That itself is wrong on so many levels to refer to a pregnancy as though it were an illness that comes upon a woman.

    Second, what does the last paragraph about cubicle space and creativity have anything to do with this case win?

    The conclusion could have been utilized in summarizing that employers have to ensure that they cannot discriminate against women in the workplace, or they could be faced with such lawsuits.

  • KAS | 21 Nov 2014, 12:26 AM Agree 0
    It never ceases to amaze me what employers think they can get away with.
    I was terminated from my role as an HR Advior at 5 months pregnant. I couldn't believe this was truly happening to me. I won my human rights case in cCanada ut was never rewarded 185 be an American....
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