It's hard to run a business. When this female hiring manager is worried she made the wrong call about a pregnant applicant, she asks Reddit:
I(F26) work in HR hiring people. For this position one of the candidates was a 7 months pregnant woman (I had no idea until the interview), and while she had all the qualifications, her condition made a huge impact in my decision of not hiring her.
I'll list all the reasons so you have the full picture: This position was for a supervisor of a national scale project, it requires constant traveling to inspect the infrastructure we're building. We consider it a high risk position as it involves a lot of electrical and environmental risks.
The infrastructure we're building is in very remote areas, I'm talking 8-10 hours in car from the nearest city and long walks in different terrains to inspect the work (mountains and forest).