- CNBC reports that Salesforce is helping redeploy employees who are concerned about abortion.
- The US Supreme Court is set to overturn the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade decision.
- Last year, Salesforce provided relocation assistance over Texas’ abortion restrictions.
Salesforce has offered to help redeploy employees who are concerned about access to abortions or other medical procedures. CNBC It was reported by citing company internal communications.
The proposal was a landmark 1973 Roe v. It was created to overturn the Wade judgment.
Salesforce President Brent Hyder said, “If you have concerns about access to critical health care in your state, Salesforce can provide financial assistance for travel through health care providers and help relocate you and your immediate family. will,” he said. Chief Human Resources Officer, To Employees
Message seen on CNBC on Thursday.
The cloud computing company will also provide consultations from metal health service provider Lyra Health, according to CNBC.
“If you’re struggling with the latest news about reproductive health, Lyra counselors will offer small group sessions (up to 25 people) focused on guiding employees on how to cope with stress,” Heider told Slack, according to CNBC. “He said.
Salesforce did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment. The company declined to comment on CNBC.
Last year, Salesforce provided similar relocation assistance to employees and their families over Texas’ restrictive abortion laws.
26 out of 50 US states are “certainly or likely” to ban abortion if Roe is overturned. analysis of the Guttmacher Institute, A research institution that favors choice.
Several large companies, including Citi, Apple, Yelp and Amazon, have announced that they will expand existing benefit programs to reimburse travel costs for abortion.