Planned Parenthood Discriminates Against Pregnant Employees

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Well, duh:

Planned Parenthood routinely discriminates against its pregnant employees, refusing to provide them with adequate rest and often firing or refusing to promote them, according to a New York Times report published Thursday.

Planned Parenthood supervisors regularly refuse to hire and promote pregnant women or women they believe are likely to become pregnant and, when an employee does become pregnant, they are refused break periods and discriminated against when they return from maternity leave, according to former Planned Parenthood employees in California, New York, Texas and North Carolina.

“It was looked down upon for you to get pregnant,” said Carolina Delgado who worked for a Miami affiliate until 2012. “I don’t think that any supervisor had to literally say it for us to feel it.”
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  1. To the pregnant employee,
    GET the HELL out of THERE!
    Go sell deli meats at Walmart or work out of you apartment but get away from that death camp!

    Satan was the only one that had death quota’s…oh, but Planned Parenthood is his company… nevermind.

  2. Satan is the CEO for sure.
    What does a gal expect when she works for PPH?
    Don’t just complain, take them to court with a discrimination class action suit. Public exposure is a good way to plant seeds of doubt about Worse Than Murder Inc.

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