North Dakota NDHRL Defines Pregnancy in its Accommodation Provisions
North Dakota’s Human Rights Law (NDHRL) prohibits all employers from failing or refusing to make reasonable accommodations—for an otherwise qualified individual with a physical or mental disability—because they are pregnant. Previously, the NDHRL didn’t define pregnancy in its accommodation provisions. However, effective August 1, 2023, the law defines pregnancy as including pregnancy, childbirth, and related medical conditions.
Add pregnancy to your equal employment reasonable accommodations policies.
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