Pregnancy discrimination lingers in workplaces
By now, most employers know enough about the law and gender discrimination to at least avoid the appearance of bias against women, researcher Cynthia Calvert says.
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#1 Dec 24, 2011
Why shouldn't it? I don't give two craps about studies, research etc. When a woman has child she usually becomes about 60-70% of the employee she was prior to pregnancy. I don't have children. My business is my baby. I never hire a woman in any sort of critical position because I know once the kid comes, she wants more time and more money while giving less to my organization. I know you mothers will come with the pitchforks, but I've seen it firsthand.
#2 May 29, 2012
are you man enough to put it out there
#3 Mar 26, 2013
He'd be stupid to put it there because the libs will be there with a discrimination lawsuit. The most effective hiring policies are kept QUIET. Let those "demographics" wonder why they didn't get the job.
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