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Adobe sprang into action to address two major issues in 2020: the coronavirus pandemic and the social justice movement. At the beginning of the pandemic, the company made a bold commitment: It would not lay off any workers. “That gives employees a sense of security during this time when so many are struggling financially,” one employee notes. Adobe also extended its paid time off, giving employees 20 days of PTO, and boosted reimbursements for things like ergonomic workspaces at home, Internet bills, and wellness programs. Following the death of George Floyd, Adobe introduced Coffee Breaks, 30-minute, virtual speaker sessions aimed at building inclusion and empathy.
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