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Take Action Against " Maternal Profiling"

Have you experienced workplace discrimination because of your parental status or family responsibilities (maternal profiling)?

The Center for WorkLife Law aims to end employment discrimination against workers who have family responsibilities. This type of discrimination has a name: Family Responsibilities Discrimination. Pregnant women, mothers and fathers of young children, and employees with aging parents or sick spouses/partners may find themselves discriminated against. They may be rejected for employment, demoted, harassed, passed over for promotion, or terminated -- despite good performance evaluations -- simply because their employers make personnel decisions based on stereotypical notions of how they will or should act.

If you think you may have experienced FRD, you can talk to the attorneys at WorkLife Law about your situation. If the attorney thinks you might have a case or might need legal advice, you will be given the name of an attorney near you who can meet with you to discuss your situation further. There is no charge to talk with a WorkLife Law attorney, but attorneys to whom you are referred will charge you their standard rates.

For more information, call the WorkLife Law Hotline at 1-800-981-9495 or email info@worklifelaw.org

Center for WorkLife Law

Courtesy of Mother's Movement Online.

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