Organon's social media posts will draw attention to its new campaign to encourage companies to give women a day off to take care of her health.

Organon launch­es day-off cam­paign to en­cour­age busi­ness lead­ers to pri­or­i­tize wom­en's health

Organon wants to get women out of the of­fice and fo­cused on their own health — for one day at least. The Mer­ck women’s health spin­off is ral­ly­ing to en­cour­age com­pa­nies to give women a paid day off on March 8, which is In­ter­na­tion­al Women’s Day, and it’s start­ing with its own 9,500 em­ploy­ees.

In a Wall Street Jour­nal full-page ad Wednes­day, Organon CEO Kevin Ali wrote an open let­ter to busi­ness lead­ers ask­ing them to join the ef­fort and help fe­male em­ploy­ees fo­cus on their health.

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