Unsung Heroes that Motivate Greater Giving Participation
Tap into your team’s passion for giving – and have a little fun while you’re at it. We’ve put together a list of motivational (but often overlooked) features for corporate giving and matching programs that increase participation by creating an Engagement Loop.
Whether you live in Kolkata, L.A. or somewhere in between, youth (un)employment has a major impact on young lives. Take a look at the problem by the numbers, and learn why you should act now to help teens around the corner and your sponsored kids around the globe.
In June 2015, six students from the first P-TECH school in Brooklyn completed their program two years early — earning their high-school diplomas and college associate degrees in just four years. Five of the six were the first in their families to graduate college and all six were offered positions with IBM; three will continue their educations with scholarships at four-year colleges and universities.
With the deadline for Conflict Minerals Reporting Year 2014 over, Source Intelligence is pleased to offer a graphic representation of conflict minerals RY 2014 SEC filing data. The analysis provided in the infographic highlights how companies are really doing on their conflict minerals reporting, and how companies can plan ahead for RY 2015.
The Best Business Leaders Know The Value of Global Service
Sending senior executives into emerging markets may not be an obvious way to develop strong leaders, but many top companies are doing just that. Once-marginalized markets in the Global South are quickly becoming critical revenue drivers for corporations. Business leaders with a nuanced understanding of how these markets operate can be the difference between a business’s stagnation and its continued growth. Yet emerging and growth markets can seem opaque to many executives who have spent their careers in more established markets.
Most complete survey of societal engagement at 271 companies finds stable giving rates, strengthening business case for community investment
NEW YORK, NY, June 2, 2015 /3BL Media/ - CECP, in association with The Conference Board, found in their annual Giving in Numbers survey that companies utilized their core business to invest in communities, with 56 percent of companies increasing total giving from 2012 to 2014. While there were increases for a majority of companies on an individual basis, giving
Mobility can be a powerful tool in the right hands. It saves operator time and bolsters labor productivity, provides a system of record with one-to-one accuracy verification, and limits incidents by granting employees access to data in real-time.