Firing provokes debate on maternity rights – China Daily
Preserving the right to be a mother or pocketing a decent salary is the dilemma facing China’s white collar pregnant working women.
A 33-year-old woman surnamed Luo who was employed by a Hong Kong based company as a marketing director filed a lawsuit against her employers after she was fired because she was two months pregnant, writes ycwb.com on November 2.
Her boss, surnamed Zhang, said her pregnancy was detrimental to her career, says the web site….[Full Text]