Salesforce says it will offer relocation aid to employees who are worried about access to abortions
Salesforceis offering to help relocate employees worried about access to abortions, CNBC reported.
- The US Supreme Court is set to overturn the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling.
Salesforce has offered to help relocate employees who are worried about access to abortions or other medical procedures, CNBC reported, citing internal company communication.
The offer was made as the Supreme Court is set to overturn the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling, which guarantees the federal right to
"If you have concerns about access to critical health care in your state, Salesforce will provide financial support for travel, available through our health care providers, and/or help relocate you and members of your immediate family," Brent Hyder, Salesforce's president and chief people officer, told staff in a Slack message on Thursday seen by CNBC.
The cloud-computing company will also be offering counseling from metal-health service provider Lyra Health, per CNBC.
"If you are struggling with the recent
Salesforce did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment. The company declined comment to CNBC.
Last year, Salesforce offered similar
Twenty-six out of the 50 US states are "certain or likely" to ban abortion if Roe is overturned, according to an analysis by Guttmacher Institute, a pro-choice research organization.
Several large companies — including Citi, Apple, Yelp, and Amazon — have announced that their existing
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