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Company provides ‘baby bonus’ instead of funding abortion trips.

A Generous Baby Bonus Offered by PublicSq.

A company is making headlines with its remarkable response to the controversial issue of abortion. PublicSq., a shopping app for patriotic retailers, has announced a groundbreaking policy that aims to support its employees in starting or expanding their families. In a bold move, the company is offering a substantial $5,000 baby bonus to all its male and female employees, regardless of whether the baby is biological or adopted.

“While some companies in America pay their employees to kill their unborn children,” tweeted PublicSq.’s CEO Michael Seifert, “we pay ours to have as many babies as possible.”

This extraordinary initiative comes at a time when other companies are offering to cover travel expenses related to abortions. PublicSq. is taking a different approach by encouraging its employees to embrace the joy of parenthood.

Supporting Employees’ Family Needs

With a staff of 55 members, PublicSq. is obligated to comply with the federal mandate known as the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). This act requires companies with more than 50 employees to provide up to 12 weeks of job-protected leave. While FMLA leave is not necessarily required to be paid, it ensures that employees can take time off without fear of losing their jobs.

Although it remains unclear whether PublicSq. offers paid parental leave, the company’s commitment to supporting its employees’ family needs is evident through its generous baby bonus offer.

As the debate surrounding abortion continues to intensify, over 50 companies have pledged to provide resources for their employees seeking abortion services. This comes in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which shifted the power to legislate abortion from the federal level to individual states.

Presidential Campaigns and the Abortion Debate

The issue of abortion has also become a prominent topic in the political arena. Miami Mayor Francis Suarez, former Vice President Mike Pence, and Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) have all expressed their support for a nationwide ban on abortion after 15 weeks in their respective 2024 presidential campaigns. Senator Lindsey Graham has proposed a similar ban, garnering support from some Senate Republicans. However, it is worth noting that the majority of the caucus, including Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), opposes this effort.

PublicSq.’s baby bonus offer serves as a powerful statement in the ongoing conversation surrounding abortion. By prioritizing the well-being of its employees and their growing families, the company is setting an example of compassion and support.


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