Protecting Expecting Parents From Pregnancy Discrimination At Work
Unfortunately, employers sometimes discriminate against employees who are pregnant or who have recently given birth. Laws exist that, under many circumstances, offer protection against such discrimination and provide pregnant employees with the right to an extended leave, the right to return to employment following the leave and the right not to be retaliated against for being pregnant and needing the leave.
If you are in this situation, you may benefit from consulting with an employee rights attorney who is experienced in representing employees who are pregnant or who have returned to work following a pregnancy leave. The Law Offices of Alan Adelman in San Francisco focuses exclusively on handling employment law cases on behalf of employees, including those who are pregnant and in need of accommodation or maternity leave due to pregnancy or childbirth.
The Legal Landscape
In many circumstances, it is against the law for an employer to deny an employee the right to pregnancy leave or the right to return to employment following a pregnancy leave. It is also against the law under many circumstances for an employer to retaliate against an employee for requesting or taking a pregnancy leave or for needing other accommodations in light of the pregnancy.
The law may protect your rights as an employee to have a child without being treated in a detrimental manner by your employer. Contact me, attorney Alan Adelman, to discuss the specifics of your situation.
Contact Alan Adelman – Bay Area Discrimination Attorney
I have been protecting employees’ rights in San Francisco, California, and the greater Bay Area for over 25 years. My experience and background as a passionate litigator enhance my ability to negotiate with employers effectively and to aggressively fight for your rights in court when necessary. Contact me today. Call me at 415-906-3331 or reach out via email.