“We understand that some of our employees are concerned and we respect their desire to express their opinions,” Comcast spokesman John Demming said in a statement.
“Our primary focus is to make sure that all of our employees feel safe in their jobs, including while traveling,” he said. “We have assured our employees that no one will be asked to travel to a place that would result in them feeling vulnerable in any way.”
Employees were given time off regardless of whether they were in favor or against the executive order.
Gov. Chris Christie “The rollout of this executive order was terrible,”