4 Ways to Be a Pro-Voter Company

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While getting time off to vote is a right in some states, it is not in others. 

In fact, Workplace Fairness provides a U.S. map with links to all 50 states’ law regarding voting rights. And, for those states in which it is a right, there may be parameters, such as a designated amount of time; e.g., 1 hour or 3 hours, or the employer is only required to offer it if the employee will not have enough time to vote before or after work, while polls are open. 

As the United States presidential election draws near, companies have

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