USA: Mothers Work Sued For Axing Pregnant Employee
By just-style.com | 27 June 2003
Leading maternity apparel retailer Mothers Work Inc is being sued by a former manager who claims she was sacked for being pregnant. Cynthia Papageorge alleges she was fired from her job as district manager after a vice president saw her and complained about the condition of area stores saying she couldn't fulfill her duties in her "condition".
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