Facebook gives employees the thumbs up to protest Trump on International Workers' Day


by Mashable

International Workers' Day is right around the corner and this year Facebook is giving its employees full permission to protest President Trump.

According to Bloomberg, the company announced via an internal forum on April 14 that employees would be free to take time off to participate in the many protests challenging Trump's immigration policies being held on May 1.

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Mail Online reports:

Facebook gives its employees the OK to protest Trump

The Menlo Park, California company is giving its employees the day off on May 1 to join anti-Trump protests planned for International Workers' Day.

TheBlaze reports:

Facebook gives employees time off to join May 1 anti-Trump immigration protest

Facebook will not penalize employees who choose to take time off on May 1 to attend a protest against President Donald Trump’s immigration policies. The…

Breitbart reports:

Report: Facebook Gives Employees Permission to Skip Work to Protest Trump on May 1st

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