Ohio Supreme Court Rules that Minimum Length of Service Requirements for Leave Do Not Violate Ohio's Pregnancy Discrimination Law


On June 22, 2010, the Ohio Supreme Court issued its decision in McFee v. Nursing Care Management of America, Inc. dba Pataskala Oaks Care Center. In that decision, the Court held that Ohio law does not prohibit minimum length of service requirements for maternity leave, and does not require preferential treatment of pregnant employees who do not qualify for leave under the employer's leave policies.

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