Our expert says:
Its a good question, though not one within my particular area of expertise. I don't think they're allowed to discriminate on the basis of pregnancy ( unless the job requirements would somehow be especially dangerous for a pregnant woman , which is highly unlikely in the financial world ) though I suppose they could find some other reason to avoid giving the job to a pregnant woman if they really wanted to. Call the Dept of Labour for more specific advice on the regulations and how to protect yourself from such discrimination. I suspect there could be problem if you DON'T disclose a health problem or even pregnancy if directly asked about it --- check that too
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