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Old Navy will pay employees to work at election polls in November

CBS News Wednesday, 2 September 2020
Old Navy will also offer employees paid hours off to vote.
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News video: Old Navy Will Pay Employees To Serve As Poll Workers On Election Day

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Old Navy will pay employees to work the polls this Election Day.

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To help with a nationwide shortage of poll workers amid COVID-19, Old Navy announced it will pay employees who work the polls on Election Day, Nov. 3.
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