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Pregnancy-Related HR Issues: Bundles of Joy, Bushels of Paperwork & Legal Risks
What to do when an employee's due.
"I'm pregnant." These are two of the most legally risky words any supervisor or HR professional can hear — and a new Supreme Court decision has made pregnancy accommodations even more complex.
Pregnancies set into motion a complicated mix of responsibilities and risks for your organization. You can't afford to make even one mistake. AutoZone found that out the hard way recently — a jury slapped the company with a record $185 million in damages after an employee was demoted after giving birth and then fired.
Plus, a new U.S. Supreme Court ruling creates a new legal framework for when you must offer light-duty work to pregnant staff. Our recording Pregnancy-Related HR Issues: Bundles of Joy, Bushels of Paperwork & Legal Risks will get you up to speed on the latest laws, court rulings and best practices for accommodating expectant and new parents.
Pregnancy-Related HR Issues will help you discover how to properly handle challenges such as:
Now is a CRITICAL time to avoid mistakes with pregnant employees! The EEOC announced in its new Strategic Enforcement Plan that they're ramping up their focus on pregnancy discrimination. The EEOC recently filed a string of pregnancy discrimination lawsuits against employers … and there's no sign the agency is slowing down.
Train yourself and your supervisors how to do the right thing and stay out of court. Get your copy of Pregnancy-Related HR Issues today!
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