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Pregnancy Discrimination

Pregnancy discrimination in the workplace is a significant issue that Cadry Law Group takes very seriously. In California, pregnant employees are protected under a variety of laws, including the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) and the Pregnancy Disability Leave Law (PDLL). These laws ensure that pregnant employees are not subjected to discrimination based on pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions. Our team at Cadry Law Group is deeply familiar with these regulations and is committed to defending the rights of pregnant employees who face unfair treatment in their workplace. Under California law, employers are prohibited from engaging in discriminatory practices such as refusal to hire, demotion, unwarranted discipline, or termination due to pregnancy.


Additionally, employers are required to provide reasonable accommodations for pregnant employees, such as modification of duties, providing a private space for lactation, or granting disability leave. Despite these legal protections, many pregnant employees encounter violations of their rights. Cadry Law Group is adept at navigating the complexities of pregnancy discrimination cases, offering comprehensive legal counsel from the initial filing of a complaint to representation in court proceedings, if necessary.

Our approach is not just legal but empathetic, recognizing the unique challenges and sensitivities faced by pregnant employees. We understand that pregnancy discrimination can have far-reaching impacts on a woman’s career, financial security, and overall well-being. Our goal is to ensure that our clients are treated fairly and respectfully during this critical time in their lives. We strive to secure justice and appropriate compensation for those who have been wronged, holding employers accountable for their actions.

If you are facing discrimination in the workplace due to your pregnancy, Cadry Law Group is here to support you. Contact us for a consultation to discuss your rights and options under California law. Our experienced team is committed to advocating for your best interests and helping you navigate this challenging period. Contact us now for a free consultation.

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