Election day is almost here! (thank goodness). It’s always good to encourage your employees to celebrate our democracy and get out and vote.
And, depending on your state, you may be required to provide employees time off to go vote. For example, in the state of California:
Here is a list of state requirements to be aware of before election day.
So, how do you encourage political participation without endorsing or advocating for one side or the other? Here are a few things you can do to get your employees to respectfully engage in the democratic process:
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