Furthermore, with Disabilities Act but she had requested accommodations

Furthermore, Wal-Mart employees being the major stakeholder had various perspectives on this issue. According to a Wal-Mart employee, “Wal-Mart is still punishing pregnant employees and they’ve been fired or forced onto unpaid leave instead of the company helping them stay on the job” (Covert, 2017). This happened when one of the store of Walmart in the US where superiors to the employee said that they don’t care about her baby and only want her to work. A worker in another departmental store in the US said Walmart’s way of treating pregnant workers is very unethical and pregnant workers are discriminated   as “second-class citizens” because pregnancy is a short-term disability, instead they should provide work accommodations to pregnant women. This statement came out when two former Wal-Mart Stores female employees have filed a lawsuit against the retailer accusing of misbehaving and taking away their rights and calling them “second-class citizens” by rejecting their requests to limit heavy lifting, ladder climbing and many other dangerous tasks. Moreover, a woman was fired from the Walmart store when she had to choose between keeping her job and protecting the health of her unborn child in her first pregnancy for keeping a water bottle nearby (Reese, 2013).In contrary, Wal-Mart argued that Wal-Mart is a place where women can work freely  without and discrimination and walmart is a great workplace for women to work. Walmart in a statement denied the women’s claims and said Wal-Mart’s pregnancy policies have always successfully  met or exceeded both state and federal law for women working in walmart. The company also defended by saying that there is a separate anti-discrimination policy which work for women and it has maintained long listed pregnancy as a protected status. As per this case, Wal-Mart also said her that, “They do not have any policy for accommodating pregnant workers” (Patrick, 2017). Walmart claimed that the only accommodation she could ever get would be under the Americans with Disabilities Act but she had requested accommodations for the health of her pregnancy, which was against the policy of Walmart.