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  2. Companies say they'll help employees access abortion. Are ...

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    Since 2020, American corporations have donated $195.4 million to anti-abortion lawmakers, according to Ultraviolet. In the South, where all three of the major Supreme Court abortion cases of the ...

  3. The companies helping their employees access abortion

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    Story at a glance Multiple companies have pledged to cover their employee’s travel expenses if they live in a state with limited access to abortion. Pledges have been rolling in since last year ...

  4. Companies vow to help employees access abortion after Roe vs ...

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    Melody Petersen. June 24, 2022, 3:50 PM. Amazon has said it will cover up to $4,000 in travel expenses for medical treatments including abortion, making it part of a growing group of companies ...

  5. These Companies Are Supporting Abortion Access for Employees

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    Netflix employees and their dependents will have access to a $10,000 lifetime allowance to travel for healthcare services including gender affirming care, abortions, cancer treatments, and ...

  6. Grindr will cover the cost of employees' gender affirmation ...

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    Grindr joins a list of firms that have expanded their health provisions to allow employees access to treatment and care that might be otherwise difficult to obtain. Transgender medical treatments ...

  7. Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade: How some of America's ...

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    The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday overturned Roe v. Wade, a ruling that for nearly 50 years secured the federal right to obtain an abortion. The case also struck down a 1992 case, Planned Parenthood v.

  8. Office of Personnel Management data breach - Wikipedia

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    In June 2015, the United States Office of Personnel Management (OPM) announced that it had been the target of a data breach targeting personnel records. [1] Approximately 22.1 million records were affected, including records related to government employees, other people who had undergone background checks, and their friends and family.

  9. Workers' right to access the toilet - Wikipedia

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    The right to access a toilet is a basic human need. [1] Unless both the employee and employer agree to compensate the employee on rest breaks an employer cannot take away the worker's right to access a toilet facility while working. There is limited information on the rights workers have to access public toilets among the world's legal systems.