Some of you may not care, it bothers me quite a bit because I don't feel that an employer should be picking side of religion. There have been discussions on here about Hobby Lobby, and you may have heard about Chick-fil-a giving money to anti-gay groups, CNN just posted an article the lists 6 others.
1. Tyson Foods
2. Hobby Lobby
3. ServiceMaster (Terminex, American Home Shield)
4. Herman Miller
5. Interstate Batteries
6. In-N-Out Burger
7. Walmart (like I needed another reason to despise Walmart)
Does this influence your decision to do business with any of these companies?
I personally avoid Hobby Lobby because of their religious ads they post in newspapers, I avoid Walmart because of their poor working conditions and underage manufacturing, and Chick-fil-a for the anti-equality stance. I'm not sure about the others, but it won't help.
Yeah, then we agree. I don't see the Bible verses or the donations as a problem in the legal sense. It's only a "problem" in the sense that it is annoying for some atheists to see it and then feel compelled to make the decision as to whether or not to continue to support that company.
For my part, I'm always grateful to hear about companies that do not share my values. I then try to stop doing business with them as much as possible.
I've never even had Chic-fil-A, so it's no loss for me. I learnt about InNOut forever ago, which is pretty obvious if you've ever looked on the bottom of the cups. And Wal-mart's craptastic but cheaper than the grocery stores around here. >.X
I don't care if I'm giving my money to religious groups so much as anti-gay rights groups. So, I try to boycott InNOut, Best Buy, and Target. >./p>