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NSW laws changed for pregnant employees

NSW laws changed for pregnant employees

NSW laws changed for pregnant employees

NSW Parliament has repealed a law that allowed employers to dismiss or refuse to hire women who knew they were pregnant when applying for a job. Women facing sex discrimination in the private sector can make a complaint to the Human Rights Commission under the Commonwealth Sex Discrimination Act 1984. Read the full article here.

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