Englebert Slaptyback: From TFA:Dina Bakst, co-founder and co-president of A Better Balance: The Work and Family Legal Center, and author of the recently published book, Babygate: What You Really Need to Know About Pregnancy and Parenting in the American Workplace , said even though O'Grady's experience took place in the late 1990s, gender discrimination, motherhood bias in particular, "is still alive and well in 2013.""Mothers are routinely denied hiring opportunities, passed over for promotion, and paid less than their childless counterparts, which is a grave threat to family economic security," she said. "Women need to arm themselves with information about their legal rights and policymakers and employers should act to ensure we have laws and policies that promote equal opportunities for women and mothers."I like how the shrieking harpy Dina Bakst used this guy's case to promote her own agenda and book. "This guy had a bad experience a long time ago but MOTHERS WHARRGARBLE!!".Remember, that's shrieking harpy Dina Bakst. Ask for her by name wherever shrieking harpies are sold.Shrieking harpy, Dina Baxst. Dina Bakst, shrieking harpy.
LordBeavis: ManateeGag: rumpelstiltskin: If you give your baby boy a girl's name, he is going to face many trials in life.more or less than crazy names like Apple or Pilot Inspektor.Johnny Cash would agree.
ManateeGag: rumpelstiltskin: If you give your baby boy a girl's name, he is going to face many trials in life.more or less than crazy names like Apple or Pilot Inspektor.
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