“There is a cultural perception that if you’re a good mother, you’re so dedicated to your children that you couldn’t possibly be that dedicated to your career,” Shelley Correll, the Stanford sociologist whose study uncovered hiring biases against women with children.

The New York Times reporting shares women’s stories: “Many pregnant women have been systematically sidelined in the workplace. They’re passed over for promotions and raises. They’re fired when they complain.” Read more.