Before fling your complaint in federal or state court—or with a federal administrative agency (EEOC)—or state workplace discrimination agency, make sure you’ve documented your pregnancy claims to your employer, and that you know what your goals are, as each filing choice will have consequences and may limit your negotiating flexibility.
Questions about your workplace rights while pregnant? Listen to women’s rights attorney Jack Tuckner riff on pregnancy-based workplace concerns and learn how to protect yourself.
Are you being paid less than your male counterparts? Learn about the laws that protect you against illegal sex-based unequal pay, also known as gender pay disparity.
(Republished from InStyle Magazine, Nov. 21, 2019) Maternity leave isn’t going to help a woman who’s being demoralized at work and “managed out” of her job simply for getting pregnant. By Kaelyn Forde Wednesday night’s Democratic presidential debate was moderated (for the first time this campaign cycle) entirely by women, so we finally got to hear […]
Are you being paid less than a man at your company, even though you are performing the same work? Learn about your rights under the federal Equal Pay Act.