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Toluna

  32 months ago

Should women reveal if they are pregnant at a job interview?
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Legally women are not obligated to reveal if they are pregnant while at a job interview, however do you think the potential employer should know anyway?

Is it unfair to the employer and other candidates to withhold this information (assuming the woman knows that she's pregnant), or does the woman have every right pursue the job? Have you ever been in this situation, either as the employee or employer?

This is a difficult question to answer, and we'd love to know your thoughts!
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nicholehoward

  31 months ago
Completely irrelevant. A woman has the right to interview for any position and should not be discriminated against for being pregnant.
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nabina.tnt

  31 months ago
I think if the person is qualified then the employer should not have problem with the pregnancy but it is important for employee to know as the work can suffer later.
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jenny.lendrum

  31 months ago
a womans right to announce her pregnancy
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K8798924w

  31 months ago
I do not feel this is a necessary aspect to ability to perform a role.
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bbcaf

  31 months ago
I think women should be able to disclose this information, but i think in the current work force this information may prevent women being hired. which i think is ufair
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adventure99shay

  31 months ago
Legally Woman should not reveal their pregnancy until there are at least through the first trimester.
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KingTitan

  31 months ago
no. might harm their chances of being hired
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viemunchshane04

  31 months ago
Definitely yes.
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lisavisser6167

  31 months ago
No this is very personal and again goes against women’s rights
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F9111748x

  31 months ago
No then the employer might judge against them.
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