Employee Engagement

Survey: Take Back the Lunch Break with Tork: How Do You Stack Up?

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Taking a lunch break has been shown to boost productivity, engagement and even happiness at work, according to new research from Tork. That’s no small feat for a short break. We want to hear from you – are you reaping the benefits that come with taking lunch? Take the survey below and see where you stack up compared to 1,600 other employees surveyed in North America.

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Meet Tricia Parry, a CBRE Advantage Builder


Born on the island of Dominica and raised on the island of St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands, Tricia Parry experienced her first hurricane at age 13. In 1989, Hurricane Hugo, a Category 4 storm, thrashed the island with 140-mile-an-hour winds, damaging 90 percent of the buildings and other structures. The landscape was littered with uprooted trees, shattered homes and boats blown in from the sea. It took months before electricity was restored.

GM Builds Winning Culture With Diversity

Diversity & Inclusion Report highlights key initiatives that spur innovation and inclusion
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DETROIT, August 9, 2018 /3BL Media/ – Culture is everything in today’s agile business climate. General Motors outlines in its latest Diversity & Inclusion Report (www.gm.com/diversity) how it leverages diversity to build an industry-leading workplace of choice that drives business results.

Employers - How Many Hours of Volunteer Time is the Right Amount?


84% of LBG Canada companies seek to engage employees by encouraging volunteerism during work hours (DwH).

Analytics show that more DwH time doesn't increase participation. It may lead to the opposite!

Executive champions, communications, celebrating impact - these features of world-class programs are more likely to increase participation than more or unlimited days.

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Northern Trust Manila Partners Participate in Annual Pride March

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Our Manila partners marched alongside Philippine Financial Industry Pride member companies in the annual pride march, supporting the theme “Rise Up Together”.

Employee Giving: An Engagement Opportunity


Since 2006, employees of LBG Canada companies have contributed almost $400 million to communities, approximately 1/3 of the total $1.2 billion leveraged from stakeholders.

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LBG Canada Companies Predict 2018 Community Budget Increases


50% of LBG Canada companies predict an increased community investment budget in 2018.

Greater appreciation of the value of community investment (23%) and increased employee interest (38%) are cited as influencing factors.

To learn more about what LBG Canada companies are doing in the community, visit: https://www.lbg-canada.ca/blog/category/data-stories/

Video: How to Boost Employee Engagement with the VolunteerMatch Network

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Many companies invest a lot of time researching nonprofits and curating one-off volunteer opportunities for their employees. Yet research shows that one-third of employees won’t actually give through their workplace because they’re not able to choose the causes that matter to them.


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