How Old Navy is getting workers involved in the election

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Old Navy says it will pay workers who serve as poll workers on Election Day in November.

The retailer, which has more than 50,000 U.S. workers, announced last week that it will give store workers a full day of pay in return for serving as poll workers, regardless of whether they are scheduled to work on Nov. 3. The employer says the unusual move is designed to encourage workers to apply to serve in their communities and give them the means to do so.

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