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Pregnancy Discrimination in the Workplace. Elizabeth Grade. Case Overview.

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case overview
Case Overview
  • Mailyn Pickler (Arizona) was working for an auto dealership when she told a manager that she was pregnant. About a week later her supervisors told her she was being fired. The EEOC filed a lawsuit on Pickler's behalf, and the case was settled out of court for $70,000.
stakeholder analysis
Stakeholder Analysis
  • Direct Stakeholders:
    • Mailyn Pickler
    • Children and family of Mailyn Pickler
    • Ford
    • EEOC
    • Manager
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Stakeholder Analysis
  • Indirect Stakeholders:
    • Other women working
    • Pregnant women
    • Co-workers
    • Men
    • Spouses and family of working pregnant women
    • Customers
    • Women’s rights activists
ethical reasoning principles
Ethical Reasoning Principles
  • Rights and Justice
    • Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
      • An employer may not single out pregnancy-related conditions to determine an employee's ability to work.
    • In Fiscal Year 2007, EEOC received 5,587 charges of pregnancy-based discrimination.