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Peloton offering employees paid time off to peacefully protest, volunteer for candidates, vote
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Many companies already offer employees paid time off for jury duty and voting, but Peloton will now give employees the option to take leave to peacefully protest and volunteer for candidates, the company announced Wednesday.
"Under our [Civic Time Off] program, our team will be able to engage in civic endeavors including voting, volunteering for a candidate, participating in peaceful and lawful demonstrations, or any other time devoted to civic participation," Peloton co-founder and CEO John Foley wrote on Twitter.