AT&T Biased Against Pregnant Sales Staff, Ex-Workers Say
Law360 (May 14, 2018, 10:23 PM EDT) -- Two former employees of AT&T's mobile phone subsidiary have accused it of discriminating against pregnant retail store employees by having a companywide policy that penalizes them for absences or lateness related to pregnancy or childbirth, according to court papers filed Monday.
Plaintiff Katia Hills amended her July 2017 suit against AT&T Mobility Services LLC to add named plaintiff Cynthia Allen and to levy class action claims that the telecom giant violated the Pregnancy Discrimination Act as well as individual claims under the Family and Medical Leave Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act by keeping in place an attendance policy for...
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