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Resources for Voting & Civic Engagement for Employees

POSTED ON 
September 22, 2020

give employees a voice and platform inside and outside the workplace

A growing number of companies in the US are committing to giving employees time off to vote and encouraging greater civic engagement. As communicators, we have an opportunity to not only give employees a voice in the companies in which they work, but also in their communities as they use their ballots and time to create a better world. 

Our team has put together a variety of resources to help ourselves and our clients encourage their employees to get informed and get involved through this election and beyond.

Sara Forner Howland
VICE PRESIDENT

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