In today's episode of the Social Impact Show, we discuss how employee volunteering can positively impact your employee engagement programs.
We explore how volunteering can be the gateway to increased workplace giving participation, the rise of virtual volunteering, how to encourage employee volunteering and partnerships with non-profit organizations.
In this episode of the Social Impact Show, we talk with Janelle St. Omer, Regional Vice-President with Benevity, and discuss the best employee engagement strategies for 2021 and how to improve and increase participation.
We explore the difference between transactional and transformational employee engagement and how to balance company-driven initiatives and employee preferred causes.
We also chat about strategies to get your leaders and executives involved in transformational activities.
Nasdaq, Moody’s, Vanguard, CDP and others to educate on latest advances in goal-setting for sustainability at New Metrics'19
SAN FRANCISCO, August 21, 2019 /3BL Media/ - Sustainable Brands® recently unveiled program highlights for New Metrics ‘19: Next-Generation Goals & Reporting, scheduled for November 18-20 in Philadelphia, PA.
6 tips gleaned from Fortune 1000 companies to create a thriving worldwide giving and volunteering program
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It’s not easy to unite a globally diverse (and disperse) workforce. If it were, we wouldn’t be in an engagement crisis with 68% of employees in the US, and 87% outside the US, saying they’re disengaged.
Junior Achievement of New York (JA New York) is the local affiliate of Junior Achievement USA® (JA), the world's largest organization dedicated to giving young people the knowledge and skills they need to own their economic success, plan for their future, and make smart academic and economic choices. Our volunteer-delivered, K-12th grade programs foster college and career-readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy skills, and use experiential learning to inspire students to dream big and reach their potential.
By: Stephanie Robertson, President of SiMPACT Strategy Group
So many organizations are still challenged to measure outcomes. Despite much interest, activity and outputs-based evaluation remains the norm. Knowing this, does encouraging the next step, i.e. valuing outcomes in financial terms, really seem like the right thing to do?