As a Florida whistleblower -- someone who exposes wrongdoing within a private or public company -- you have certain legal protections. Your colleagues and superiors, for example, may not retaliate against you because of your decision to report unethical or unlawful actions, and there are several specific protections and statutes that protect you as a Florida employee.
As a pregnant woman in the workplace, you have certain rights, and two federal statutes protect these rights. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 covers a broad range of types of discrimination that may take place in a work environment. It also covers the Pregnancy Discrimination Act of 1978, which dictates that any type of discrimination against a pregnant woman because of her condition is also a form of sex discrimination.