Millennials are aware of, and expect, the companies that they work with and for to have a comprehensive CSR strategy, including employee volunteering programs.
Join Volinspire Tuesday, September 27 at 10:00 a.m. MST to learn how to engage current and prospective millennial employees through the use of technology to communicate your employee volunteering programs.
SAN FRANCISCO, August 24, 2016 /3BL Media/ - VolunteerMatch, the web’s largest volunteer engagement network, and Bright Funds, the company that connects everyday donors and companies to causes they care about, announce their partnership, which will make it easy for employees and everyday donors to find volunteer opportunities they are passionate about.
Many believe that the relentless pursuit to offer the next compelling employee benefit that will attract and retain the talent companies need is a “race to the bottom.” But there’s a gem sitting right in front of us that is shinier than any trendy perk. Hint: it’s not free yoga classes, the drink fridge or bring-your-dog-to-work Fridays. It’s the idea of delivering up Goodness as part of the employee experience, which is even more powerful in a global context, as businesses continue to be challenged to create a unified corporate culture that transcends borders and leverages diversity.
The final countdown to the 2016 Olympic Games is on – the Opening Ceremonies are a week away, and people around the world are working tirelessly to ensure that everything runs smoothly and efficiently.
Cisco is an official supporter of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, and we are dedicated to leaving a lasting impact in Brazil that goes far beyond the four weeks of competition. Through numerous social and urban innovation projects, we are working to transform Rio into a smarter and more connected city, both now and in the future.
Largest societal engagement survey of 272 companies demonstrates recognition of connection between corporate social responsibility and building a strong business
New York, NY June 2, 2016 /3BL Media/ - In the most complete annual analysis of corporate societal engagement, CECP, in association with The Conference Board, found in their annual Giving in Numbers survey that companies actively changed the structure of their business to capitalize on the clear-cut competitive advantage of societal investment.
We know that businesses use corporate volunteerism not only as a tool to increase their reputation in the community, but also to recruit and retain employees, give them a sense of satisfaction and purpose in the workplace, and make them feel more connected to and engaged in the company’s overall mission.
Written by LBG Canada Relationship Manager, Jennifer Eldridge
Many companies are seeking to measure and communicate the benefits of employee volunteer programs. Within LBG Canada, we have seen a steady rise in companies stating that they want to evaluate the employee experience, which is why we are incorporating volunteering measurement metrics into our soon to be launched Impact Measurement Framework.
As a nonprofit, VolunteerMatch believes in making it easier for good people and good causes to connect. We also believe we aren’t the only ones who hold this belief, and that by joining forces with other like-minded organizations, we can create an even greater impact together.