The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has been with us for about a year. There are three vaccines available, but we still don’t know when life will get back to normal. But life goes on, and people still get pregnant.
Tuckner, Sipser has published a handbook titled, “Know Your Rights About Pregnancy and COVID-19 at Work”, which is being made available for free. Please download your copy here (or by clicking on the image below) – Pregnancy and Covid-resized
This handbook addresses the following questions:
- How is COVID-19 affecting your pregnancy at work?
- Does COVID-19 affect pregnancy?
- How to make sure you have a safe pregnancy at work?
- What are the federal laws covering pregnancy in the workplace?
- What are the New York State laws about pregnancy and COVID-19?
- What are New York City laws on pregnancy and COVID-19
- Is being pregnant a risk factor for COVID-19?
- Can you get accommodations at work to protect against COVID-19 because you are pregnant?
- What kind of accommodations can you ask for to protect yourself from COVID-19 while you are pregnant?
- Do you need a note from your OB to prove you need protection from COVID-19?
- Did you just find out that you are pregnant? If so, how do you protect yourself, your baby, and your job?
- Your employer is discriminating against you because you’re pregnant. What do you do?
Please download your copy to find answers to all of the above, and more.