Jean Sorensen|Jul 24, 2017
The baby bump is still a creating a workplace bump for expectant mothers, especially those mothers leery about disclosing a pregnancy.
According to the British Columbia Human Rights Clinic, operated by the Community Legal Assistance Society, more pregnant women are seeking help in fighting discrimination cases before the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal.
Robyn Durling, co-director and communications director & legal advocate for the clinic says: “In 2004, pregnancy cases accounted for 4.5 per cent of all cases handled and now they are nine per cent.” The most noticeable increase has come within the past four or five years.