Your Rights At Work
Protect Your Rights at Work!—Stop worrying about the “what ifs”
related to your job!
Women worry about many things when they first learn they are
pregnant—we call these the “What ifs!”
“What if I need to take time off from work during my
pregnancy?” “What if I want to take time off after I have my
baby?” “What if I have severe morning sickness?” “What
if I haven’t told my boss I’m pregnant?” “What if my
doctor puts me on bed rest?” “What if my boss treats me
differently because I’m pregnant?” “What if my boss fires me
because I’m pregnant?”
Some What ifs are fun to think about. “What if I have
a boy?” “What if I have a girl?”
Others are common worries and that many parents experience. “What
if I deliver early?” “What if my mother-in-law decides
to stay for two months?”
With all these What ifs, no woman should have to worry about
what is going to happen to her job while she is pregnant or caring
for her newborn child. While many working mothers will find support
among their coworkers and boss, too many women are treated
differently after they tell their boss they are pregnant.
you are worried about What ifs related to your job,
LAPregnancy has found
the place for you. Committed to helping women protect their rights
at work, Sarah offers monthly seminars teaching women what they can
do to protect their rights at work.
new seminar has been designed to help women who are working and
pregnant. Taught each month by Harvard Law School graduate, Sarah
B. Schlehr, these workshops teach you the legal rights you have at
work and how to protect your rights.
Whether you want guidance on how to tell your boss your pregnant,
how to protect yourself from adverse treatment after becoming
pregnant, or you just want to know the different types of leave you
might be entitled to, Sarah’s seminars are taught in a friendly,
easy-to-understand format that will help you in your struggle to
balance work and family.
More information about Sarah’s monthly
seminars can be found at
www.pregnancylawyer.com or by calling
Sarah directly at (310) 492-5757.