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Ms. Margaret McIlroy

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Local Address: Baldwin Park, California, United States
Company Description: Kaiser Permanente is a not-for-profit integrated health care organization based in Oakland, California that serves as an umbrella for a federation of for-profit...   more
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Without admitting any wrongdoing, Kaiser ...
starbulletin.com, 7 Nov 2007 [cached]
Without admitting any wrongdoing, Kaiser agreed to pay the amount to Margaret McIlroy, a registered labor and delivery nurse.
McIlroy had been offered a position in 2003 as director of nursing for obstetrics and pediatrics at Kaiser on Maui, a transfer and promotion from her position at Kaiser in Baldwin Park, Calif.
Two weeks before her October start date, she told Kaiser of her pregnancy and plans to take maternity leave that December.Less than 24 hours after that, she said, she got a phone message rescinding the Maui job offer.
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Margaret McIlroy, a registered labor and delivery nurse and certified midwife, had applied for a promotional transfer from Kaiser Southern California to the Kaiser Wailuku clinic in the fall of 2003.
But after extending a job offer as director of Nursing for Obstetrics and Pediatrics, Kaiser withdrew it less than 24 hours after McIlroy informed the hospital that she was pregnant, alleges the EEOC, violating Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Mcllroy, who was 44 at the time, got a voice mail message notifying her of Kaiser's rescission of the job offer.She was two weeks away from starting.
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In the current case, McIlroy, then a nurse at Kaiser in Baldwin Park, Calif., had applied for the job in June 2003, received an offer, and was planning to start her new position the following month.
But her mother fell ill unexpectedly, and she delayed her transfer until October.
Two weeks before she was to start, she had a conversation with a human resources representative at Kaiser Wailuku, saying she intended to take maternity leave in December.Her due date was the first week of January 2004.
That same night, the nursing manager left her a message on her cell phone, withdrawing the job offer.
Though she may not have told that manager about her pregnancy directly, it was in her employment records.
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"Standing up for my civil and God-given rights has come at an incalculable and a never-ending cost to my family and myself, but I felt strongly that I had to speak out," said McIlroy."It started as, and has always been, the mere principle of the matter ... trying to protect ALL women from having this happen to them."
Kaiser also agreed to a separate, confidential settlement on other claims by McIlroy that weren't covered under Title VII, one of which was a violation of the Family and Medical Leave Act.
EEOC files suit against Kaiser Hawaii for pregnancy discrimination | Kaiser Permanente Thrive Exposed
www.kaiserthrive.org, 1 Jan 2005 [cached]
The commission filed suit Wednesday under the 1964 Civil Rights Act alleging that a nursing supervisor at Kaiser's Wailuku Clinic on Maui withdrew an offer for promotion less than 24 hours after Margaret McIlroy disclosed that she was pregnant.
McIlroy joined Kaiser as a labor and delivery registered nurse in Baldwin Park, Calif. in 1998. In early June 2003, she applied for a promotion as director of obstetrics and pediatrics at the Wailuku clinic, where she was supposed to start on July 28, 2003.
A family medical emergency delayed her transfer until October 2004. McIlroy says she confirmed an Oct. 1 start date with a Wailuku nursing manager on Sept. 11, 2003 and the following day disclosed her pregnancy to a labor relations consultant who informed her manager.
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"The timing between Ms. McIlroy's announcement of her pregnancy and the withdrawal of the job offer reveals an unmistakable discriminatory motivation."
Lawsuit claims that Kaiser discriminated against nurse - 2005-09-05
pacific.bizjournals.com, 5 Sept 2005 [cached]
The commission is suing Kaiser under the 1964 Civil Rights Act alleging that a nursing supervisor at Kaiser's Wailuku Clinic on Maui withdrew an offer for promotion less than 24 hours after Margaret McIlroy disclosed that she was pregnant.
McIlroy joined Kaiser as a labor and delivery registered nurse in California in 1998.In 2003, she applied for a promotion as director of obstetrics and pediatrics at the Wailuku clinic.
She got the job but a family emergency delayed her transfer until October 2004.McIlroy says she confirmed an Oct. 1 start date with a Wailuku nursing manager on Sept. 11, 2003, and the following day disclosed her pregnancy to a labor relations consultant who informed her manager.
According to the lawsuit, the nursing manager later that night left McIlroy a message telling her that the job offer was withdrawn.
EEOC files suit against Kaiser - 2005-08-31
pacific.bizjournals.com, 31 Aug 2005 [cached]
The commission filed suit Wednesday under the 1964 Civil Rights Act alleging that a nursing supervisor at Kaiser's Wailuku Clinic on Maui withdrew an offer for promotion less than 24 hours after Margaret McIlroy disclosed that she was pregnant.
McIlroy joined Kaiser as a labor and delivery registered nurse in Baldwin Park, Calif. in 1998.In early June 2003, she applied for a promotion as director of obstetrics and pediatrics at the Wailuku clinic, where she was supposed to start on July 28, 2003.
A family medical emergency delayed her transfer until October 2004.McIlroy says she confirmed an Oct. 1 start date with a Wailuku nursing manager on Sept. 11, 2003 and the following day disclosed her pregnancy to a labor relations consultant who informed her manager.
According to the suit, the nursing manager later that night left McIlroy a message informing her that the job offer was withdrawn.
In its lawsuit, the U.S. Equal ...
cincinnati.bizjournals.com, 6 Nov 2007 [cached]
In its lawsuit, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission alleged that managers at Kaiser's Wailuku clinic withdrew a job offer to Margaret McIlroy, a registered labor and delivery nurse, when they discovered she was pregnant.
The EEOC said McIlroy was set to transfer to Maui from a Kaiser clinic in Southern California for a supervisory nursing position.Two weeks before starting her new job, she told Kaiser about her pregnancy and received a voicemail message soon after telling her she no longer had the Maui job.
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