Conclusion #1: Company "A" doesn't want to help one single family pursuing adoption despite the fact that they would receive a significant tax break from the federal government for doing so.
Conclusion #2: A $22 BILLION income is more important than the life of a child.
Conclusion #3: A very small portion of a $22 BILLION income shouldn't be shared with an employee pursuing adoption, despite his/her role in contributing to the $22 BILLION sales figure.
What have WE come to? I'm ashamed to be an American some days - this is one of those days...
Welcome to Corporate America:
Special note to Adoption Friendly Companies: Thank you for helping your employees grow their families in a most miraculous way. Thank you for taking time to fill out the forms so your employees can receive the financial support they need. Thank you for realizing that children who need a mom and dad are more important than the bottom line. And thank you for caring about the people you hire and for seeing them as men, women, mothers and fathers. The Lord will surely bless you, as you have blessed your employees.