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The No-Brainer Case for Making Election Day a Company Holiday

Caring about society — and giving employees and customers a clear example of how you care — is good for business

A woman casts her ballot for the 2020 presidential election at an early voting center on Oct. 1, 2020 in Alexandria, Virginia
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Business has long embraced voting — historically, the one truly uncontroversial political act — encouraging us via various advertising methods to participate in the…

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