Yes, it does get posted. However, after you are done with your session, you can request that we take it down by letting the attorney know that it needs to be taken down to protect your privacy
In regard to your specific question here, the Pregnancy Discrimination
Act applies to your employer and prevents any sort of discrimination
based on pregnancy or childbirth. The fact that you are being discriminated against by your employer in the way you describe triggers your right to file a claim and seek damages.
To initiate this claim you would first contact the local EEOC
office. You can locate this office at www.eeoc.gov/field . They will instruct you on the local procedures for filing a Pregnancy Discrimination Act claim.
You do not need an attorney to do this and the EEOC will launch and investigation on their own. If the EEOC determines that there is a violation of the discrimination laws in your case, it will either issue a recommendation for your employer to pay you a damages amount (in an amount to be determined by the EEOC), or will issue you a "right to sue" letter, which authorizes any private attorney you hire to pursue your claim in court. The EEOC may also decide to prosecute your employer on its own for these violations, although the EEOC rarely does this.
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