I wouldn't say anything about it, no they can't descriminate but it does factor in like you said "found someone better" I'd wait to say anything, no one wants to hire someone whose gonna go on maternity leave soon after hire
That's exactly what I thought. I don't think I'm gonna say anything until they offer me the job, or officially hire me. I know my appointments won't be in the way of my work hours, and I'm due at the end of May. I can probably say something come the beginning of April.
I wouldn't. They aren't suppose to discriminate but they do. I had an interview and he told me he really liked me but he kept asking questions about my pregnancy and he ended up finding someone else...
I talked to my mother in law who works at the court house next door. She does the hiring in her office, she said NOT to tell them. It's none of their business, they can't ask you for medical information. She said just go, get hired, then tell them 4 to 6 weeks before my due date and that was completely acceptable. If there's any appointments on work days, just to let them know a couple weeks beforehand.
If an interviewer asks an illegal question such as about your family or a pregnancy, you can politely decline to answer or bluntly call them out on an illegal interview question. Proper training is given to those who conduct interviews teaching them what they can and cannot say. Some and tempt to ignore the rules if the interviewee is open to answering, so it is up to you to learn what is a legal question, and how to handle the illegal ones, but do not tell them about a pregnancy openly in an interview.
Exactly what my MIL said! Thank you!