Charity at work = invasion of privacy.

I think so. At least at my job, where participation in United Way and other programs is considered in wage increase determination. What can be more private than true charity?
Peace,
mangeorge

I think the way charity drives are handled in some places of employment is almost criminal. I’m a consultant by day, so I get to see the way a lot of businesses conduct themselves during the United Ways scam fest, and it really ticks me off. I’ve seen good people get brow beat, harassed, even threatened. I’m not kidding.
This is how giving to charity is supposed to be?:confused:
I think giving (or not giving) to any charity is a private matter. The “fair share” crap some employers ram down their workers throats to give money to a somewhat questionable agency like the UW is only slightly less evil than shoving a gun in your face and saying give or else.