Fuse Gives Employees Election Day off as Part of the Time To Vote Movement

Sera Vautier
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Fuse has joined the Time To Vote movement, a nonpartisan, business-led initiative to help ensure employees across America don’t have to choose between voting and earning a paycheck. The United States Presidential Election is just weeks away and there is still a big culture shift that needs to take place to help increase voter participation.

 

As part of this movement Fuse employees will have Election Day off to participate in democracy.  There are currently more than 1,400 companies who are participating in this non-partisan effort for companies led by CEOs who are interested in making a change.

 

“We hope everyone who is eligible is able to make the time to vote!” comments Fuse Partner, Julie Jatlow. “That is why we have committed to giving our staff the day off. It’s important for the business community to have a voice, and to contribute to the cultural movement that encourages voter participation in our country’s election.”

 

For more information about Time To Vote and how your company can get involved, head to www.timetovote.org.