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2.170 1 hour per week corporate employee sponsorship of local issues
I commend all companies large and small for their ongoing charitable donations. Now I want your time.
I request companies provide an average of one hour per week per employee to help local good causes. This will only take effect if the employees who volunteer add an extra 30 minutes to their working week by way of shorter breaks and/or a few minutes of overtime.
For a maximum of 26 hours paid time off per year, the local community will get 52 hours (7 working days) of assistance and well deserved positive publicity for your company. Employees who volunteer should not forget to fill in their family Community Support Cards.
Local newspapers should help to get things going in liaison with local community leaders, social workers and school Community Support club officers.
I invite all corporations to allow some employee volunteers to have a 3-4 month unpaid sabbatical as part of the Sahara desert reclamation project defined in section 3.70 of this book.
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