Pregnancy discrimination and the supreme court a closer look at young v ups and related cases womens issues dale pittman on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers. A former ups driver who sued the company for putting her on unpaid leave while she was pregnant has reached a settlement with the company after her case went all the way to the supreme court. Despite the reversal ups maintains that its denial of youngs light duty request was lawful at the time and that its policy change is voluntary and not required by the pregnancy discrimination act. Supreme court rules against ups in pregnancy discrimination case justices reject both sides arguments offering an alternative interpretation of the pregnancy discrimination act. An answer to the lingering problems with pregnancy discrimination unsolved by the supreme court decision is the pregnant workers fairness act s 942 hr 1975 113 th congress this piece of legislation would prohibit employers from forcing pregnant employees from taking leave and instead provide a reasonable accommodation
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