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Bill to address extra protections for pregnant workers

| News Service of Florida
Florida lawmakers could consider a proposal aimed at ensuring employers provide accommodations for pregnant women. Sen. Ana Maria Rodriguez, R-Doral, filed a proposal (SB 384) on Monday that, in part, would make it illegal for employers to “fail to make reasonable accommodations, upon request, for an employee with a medical need related to pregnancy, unless the employer can demonstrate that the accommodation would impose an undue hardship on the operation of the employer’s business.”

 

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