Question: “Our large office has employees from around the world—including Burma
and China. Following this month’s natural disasters in both countries,
employees started charity drives to collect disaster-relief funds. (The
same thing happened after Hurricane Katrina, and the company itself
donated to that effort.) While I applaud their generosity, I wonder if
these kinds of drives are entirely appropriate in the workplace. Could
we get in trouble in any way? Do we need a policy?” — SKL, NYC
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