A Telecommunications Company Denied Me A Contract To Shoot An Ad Because I Was A Few months Pregnant – Yvonne Nelson Reveals(Screenshot)

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Pregnancy discrimination is a type of employment discrimination that occurs when expectant women are fired, not hired, or otherwise discriminated against due to their pregnancy or intention to become pregnant. … The Maternity Protection Convention C 183 proclaims adequate protection for pregnancy as well.

It was recently reported that an employee of Google reported her employer for passing derogatory comments about her pregnancy and also treating her unfairly.
This report went viral as many people felt, the employers of Google treated the employee with disdain and total disregard.

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As many women keep on sharing their experiences on how being pregnant denied them of great opportunities, Our very own outspoken actress and Entrepreneur Yvonne Nelson has added her voice to the issue.

In a recent tweet, Yvonne Nelson shared her experience of how she was dropped by a telecommunications Company after she came clean and told them about being 6 months Pregnant.

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According to Yvonne Nelson, the company wanted her to shoot an ad and she told them she had 3 more months to go before putting to bed.

See her tweet below;

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