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No, Donald, Pregnancy Isn't An Inconvenience For Employers

A certain political candidate once said that an employee’s pregnancy is an inconvenience to her employer. The thing is ? and I’ll employ his style of phrasing ? that assumption is wrong. When a company treats its pregnant workers well it can actually strengthen its business. Good maternity leave not only lowers costs, as studies have found, but can even boost a company’s stock price, new research from Morgan Stanley finds.
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