PublicSq Bucks Trend of Pro-Abortion Corporate Culture, Introduces ‘Baby Bonus’ for Employees


ublic Square offers its employees a $5,000 bonus for having babies or adopting
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Michael Seifert, the CEO of Public Square, has introduced a distinctive corporate policy that sets the company apart from many other American corporations in terms of family support. Unlike Starbucks, Target, Amazon, and various others, Public Square offers its employees a $5,000 bonus for having babies or adopting. Seifert emphasized the company’s encouragement for employees to embrace family life, form communities, and embrace the future filled with love and family values.

In a tweet, Seifert introduced himself as the CEO of @officialpsq and shared the company’s new initiative. Public Square, a network of patriotic small businesses that provides high-quality alternatives to large corporations, now rewards employees with a $5,000 bonus for having children or adopting. Seifert expressed the company’s desire to incentivize their staff to have as many babies as possible and invited people to download the company’s app.

In contrast to Public Square’s pro-family policy, other companies such as Target, Amazon, Starbucks, Tesla, Yelp, Airbnb, Microsoft, Netflix, Patagonia, DoorDash, JPMorgan Chase, Levi Strauss, PayPal, Reddit, Walt Disney Company, Meta, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Condé Nast, and even various federal agencies like the Departments of Justice and Defense, have pledged support for abortion-related services, including covering the cost of abortions and associated travel expenses for employees in states with abortion restrictions.

Seifert explained his motivation for implementing the new policy, citing his concern over the prevalence of companies that financially support abortions. He criticized abortion providers for misleadingly promoting their services as “women’s healthcare,” considering such actions as immoral. Seifert argued that these companies prioritize productivity but fear the prospect of employees having more children, preferring a workforce of loyal robots over healthy and growing families.


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