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JPMorgan will cover travel expenses incurred by employees to obtain an abortion beginning July 1. Expenses will be paid to employees who are forced to move to another country due to pregnancy termination.
“We support our employees’ rights to choose,” Apple says of the Supreme Court’s decision on abortion. The company will pay for travel expenses incurred by employees who were forced to relocate to another state to have an abortion.
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Patagonia has pledged to pay its employees
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If they have to travel to another country to undergo an abortion. bring it back Bloomberg. The American company also confirmed that it will pay bail for all of its employees who must be arrested by peacefully protesting against abortion. Meta, owner of Facebook and Instagram, announced that it will reimburse travel expenses, “to the extent permitted by law, for employees who need to access health and reproductive services in another state.”
It was one of the first companies to announce that it would pay for its employees in the event they had to move to another country for an abortion. Reports CNN Quoting a spokesperson for the entertainment giant.
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Warner Bros. Discovery, which owns CNN, announced that it has expanded its health coverage program to provide its employees with access to health services across the country. “In light of the Supreme Court’s decision, we have immediately expanded our healthcare options to cover transportation costs for employees and their family members who need to travel to access abortion and other reproductive care,” the company said in a note.
The streaming company reimburses travel costs for full-time US employees who decide to travel for an abortion and/or dependent family members who are in the same situation.
They announced financial support for their employees who also chose to abort Alphabet, Amazon, Mastercard, and Comcast. The list is constantly updated.
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