For most of us, family is incredibly important. And yet, most companies seem to act like it’s a problem.
Thankfully, one is standing up and sending an altogether different message.
Enter PublicSq. and its founder and CEO, Michael Seifert.
If you haven’t heard of the company, it’s an online shopping platform where consumers find almost everything imaginable. However, unlike Amazon and most others, this one is built securely on homegrown, traditional American values.
As such, Seifert has just made a rather startling announcement during a recent interview with Fox News: He’s handing out $5,000 to any of his employees who decide to have a child or adopt.
While other companies like Target are paying for their employees’ abortions, we at @officialpsq are paying $5,000 to any of our employees who have a baby, or adopt.
We’re calling it the “baby bonus”.
Strong families make a strong nation.
— Michael Seifert (@realmichaelseif) June 14, 2023
He calls it the “baby bonus.”
As you might expect, it’s his response to a world that seems increasingly proud of its ability to murder and do away with the most innocent individuals, i.e., abortion.
I’m sure you’ve heard that most companies aren’t exactly for their employees having children. For starters, it usually takes that employee’s focus off their job and onto a family. And for women, it clearly demands some significant, and usually paid, time off.
In fact, companies like Amazon, Target, Airbnb, and others have actually begun to pressure employees into having abortions, even paying for those abortions.
In 2018, Allyson Felix decided to start a family, but Nike paid her 70% less because she gave birth.
Allyson rejected Nike and started a fund to help other athletes pressured to have abortions.
Now she just won her 10th Olympic medal!
— LifeNews.com (@LifeNewsHQ) August 6, 2021
Seifert wants his company to be different. And so he’s singing an “opposite tune.”
He explains that the company is “unashamed” of its pro-family values. So what better way to prove that and “put our money where our mouth is” than by offering $5,000 to any employees having a baby or adopting?
And as Seifert says, “This would be $5,000 after tax.”
Of course, this isn’t the only way PublicSq. ensures that their pro-life, pro-family, and pro-American values are treasured.
The company actually demands that businesses they partner with a pledge to respect those “pro-American values” and promise not to “spend time, money, or resources antagonistically against those values.”
In this way, you can know that every penny spent on their site goes to businesses who share your values and promote them rather than “woke” ones who will push the exact opposite of what we want and need.