Fast Company Survey Questions on Abortion Access and the Workplace

We contacted the companies in March, asking them to answer the following questions:

  • Company Name
  • Contact name and email
  • What percentage of your American workforce are women?
  • Does your employee health care policy cover abortion care in states where it is legal?
  • Does your employee healthcare policy cover birth control?
  • If your employee’s health policy does not cover abortion or birth control, please explain why.
  • Have your employees expressed concerns about access to abortion and/or the impending Supreme Court ruling on abortion? If so, can you expand on those concerns and share details of how your business has responded?
  • Has your company made any public statements regarding its position on abortion access, and/or would you like to do so here?
  • If your company has taken a public position on abortion, which of the following have you done? (Please specify if you choose “other”.)
    • Communicate your support for abortion access to all employees
    • Provide comprehensive abortion coverage (i.e. insurance coverage or subsidies) to employees and clearly communicate policies
    • Donate to organizations that support abortion rights and promote abortion access
    • Make financial contributions to politicians who support abortion
    • Other:
  • If the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, how does your company plan to respond? For example: do you have plans to ensure your employees can access abortion care or provide insurance coverage for the abortion pill? (Please specify if you choose “other”.)
    • Consider moving the business location to a state with better access to abortion
    • Lobby the Governor/State Legislature to advocate for abortion access
    • Support employees who need access to abortion by (providing financial support for abortion, time off to travel, etc.)
    • Expand insurance coverage to include access to the abortion pill
    • Other:
  • Is there anything else you would like to share?

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