Kodak CEO: Company to provide insurance for birth control
Kodak's CEO is assuring employees the company will continue to provide insurance for birth control.
In a memo to US employees, Jeff Clarke writes: "I want to reassure employees who may be concerned. Kodak will continue to be a champion of women's rights in the workplace and will continue to provide insurance for birth control."
Clarke cited Kodak's long history of supporting women's rights, including George Eastman's donation to the predecessor of Planned Parenthood.
President Trump this week announced a rollback to the requirement that companies cover birth control for employees.