Pregnancy, Parenting, and the Workplace
More families depend on women's income than ever before. We're working to make sure that women don't have to choose between having a child and having a job. An important tool to advance the rights of working women is the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act.
Learn more about pregnancy, parenting and the workplace:
- Fact Sheet: Singled Out: What the Supreme Court's Recent and Upcoming Decision's Could Mean for Women's Health and Economic Security
- Fact Sheet: The Pregnancy Discrimination Act and the Amended Americans with Disabilities Act: Working Together to Protect Pregnant Workers
- Young v. United Parcel Service, Inc.
- Report: It Shouldn't Be a Heavy Lift: Fair Treatment for Pregnant Workers
- Issue Brief: Collateral Damage: Scheduling Challenges for Workers in Low-wage Jobs and Their Consequences
- Fact Sheet: The Pregnant Workers Fairness Act
- Fact Sheet: The Business Case for Accommodating Pregnant Workers
- Fact Sheet: Accommodating Pregnancy on the Job: Lessons from the Americans with Disabilities Act
- Fact Sheet: Accommodating Pregnancy on the Job: The Stakes for Women of Color and Immigrant Women
- Fact Sheet: Pregnant Workers Make Up a Small Share of the Workforce and Can Be Readily Accommodated: A State-by-State Analysis
- Fact Sheet: The Amended Americans with Disabilities Act Protects Many Pregnant Workers
- Letter to Congress: Support the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act