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For Volunteer Month: How Today's Busy Professional Can Give Back

Publication date: 
04/2013
As a society, we are busy -- we run from one place to the next, from personal commitments to work and back again and we find ourselves stretched so thin that it seems impossible to fit anything else into our jam packed days. In the past, having enough time to fulfill our daily obligations was challenge enough, without adding in a volunteer commitment on top of it.
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Better Recruitment Through Philanthropy

Publication date: 
01/2013
Now that the economy is picking up steam, top talent is in even higher demand. So how can you make your company stand out from the crowd? Now that the economy is picking up steam, top talent is in even higher demand. So how can you make your company stand out from the crowd? Three words: corporate volunteer programs.
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Modernizing CSR in 2013: Let Your Team Guide Your Company's Charitable Efforts

Publication date: 
01/2013
In today’s workplace, people throw around the term “Corporate Social Responsibility” pretty freely without really knowing what it means. The term was coined in the 1950s, and originally was based on corporate reporting for environmental and consumer protection. Although that is still an important element of CSR, the definition has expanded to include corporate charitable outreach, specifically how companies are giving back to their communities.
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Managing Efficient Employee Volunteer Programs

Employee volunteer programs can create immense benefits for your organization [See our eBook, Why Should You Care About Employee Engagement?]. But once you put one in place, how do you ensure that you’re managing it as efficiently as possible to yield the best results and maximize engagement and interest among your employees?
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