Discrimination for pregnant woman in the workplace

In this part of the project, your job is to think broadly and to research possible solutions to the problems you have identified that are related to the topic you discussed in Parts 1 and 2.Look for others who have addressed the situation and have come up with solutions.
Look for and report on any business organizations, non-governmental organizations, and/or non-profit organizations addressing your topic. This is a great place to research non-profit organizations that may be addressing the same concerns you are addressing in this project. For example, if you are concerned about clean water, you may consider looking at the American Water Works Association, which is dedicated to protecting water as a vital resource.
Use the evidence you have collected to support your proposed solutions. If there are opposing views, be sure to address your how your solutions will be more effective. Make sure you cite your evidence. You must use EVIDENCE to back up your opinions. Please refer to Part 2 for a refresher or visit the Indiana University Writing Guide:Indiana University Writing Guide on Evidence in Research Papers (opens in new window)Answer these questions in this part of the paper: (This should be at least 2 pages double-spaced. Make sure you include citations or in-text citations for all your resources. Use the MLA format for your citations).1. Are the current laws or regulations the best way to handle the problems you identifed that are related to the issue/topic you are researching? Explain.2. What are some alternatives to the this bill? Explain.3. What would your ideal solution be to resolve the problems you identified that are related to the issue/topic you are researching? Why?4. Look for and report on any business organizations, non-governmental organizations, and/or non-profit organizations addressing your topic. What is their mission and how are they trying to make changes to resolve the problems? Do you think they are effective? Explain.