Employee volunteer programs are one of the very best ways to engage your employees. But how do you actually get your employees interested in joining your volunteer efforts? There are a number of ways to spread the word and maximize the number of employees who contribute to your collective volunteer programs.
For the people of UnitedHealth Group, our business goals and social mission are inextricably entwined. To help people live healthier lives and modernize the health care system, we believe it is necessary to be active and responsible citizens in our local communities and around the world. Volunteerism plays a vital role in our mission, leveraging our greatest asset—our people—in making a difference.
Part of the business case for publishing a corporate social responsibility (CSR) report is to improve transparency, enabling stakeholders to better understand a business and how it positively affects employees, customers and communities while delivering shareholder value.
HP shares its incentive program to reward employee volunteerism.
Snapshot: Trends and Strategies to Engage Employees in Greater Giving reveals the most dramatic shift in employee giving over the past decade.
As a former philanthropy officer for a major multi-national company and now leading America’s Charities, an organization that works with employers to better connect their workplace giving, philanthropy and employee engagement efforts with broader CSR strategy, I see evidence that corporate funders and gatekeepers are beginning to get wind of this emerging movement and fast approaching need. But I also sense many of them are somewhat clueless, simply following a path of “doing well by doing good” and not seriously considering the effectiveness, sustainability or scalability of the causes and issues they fund.
Learn how to engage a generation of workers who value purposeful work in a culture that embraces philanthropy.
Tie your engagement strategies to the causes your employees care most about.
Philanthropists used to donate medicine or money for treatment of malaria overseas but today they're working to cure the disease for good.
This project explores how the environmental, social and governance dimensions of business and corporate citizenship are managed today.