I am pregnant. Are there any laws protecting my employment?

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I have been working for my company for over three years.  Recently I became pregnant and informed my supervisor of the fact.  Since that time, he has been acting differently towards me.  I am worried that I may be fired.  I know that I am an “employee at will” according to the employee’s handbook, but I wonder if there are any laws protecting me.


Absolutely, Massachusetts has laws protecting employees relating to discrimination because of maternity.  M.G..L.c. 151B §4(1) and M.G.L.c. 149 §105D prevent against sexual discrimination in the workplace and discrimination based on maternity.  You should immediately call a lawyer who handles Employment Discrimination cases.

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