The Employee Engagement Revelation Executive leaders and human resources (HR) practitioners are more frequently recognizing the importance of an engaged workforce and its potential to drive business performance and impact the bottom line.
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Recent research conducted by Washington, D.C.-based Corporation for National & Community Service reveals that charitable work literally makes the heart grow stronger. Individuals with coronary artery disease who participate in volunteer activities after suffering a heart attack report a reduction in despair and depression, and that, in turn, rives down mortality and adds years to life.
.@AmerCharities Trends Reports shows workplace giving reboots in 2012 to ... Justmeans Americas Charities brings public and private sector employers together with charities to engage employees in greater giving.
As a human resources professional, is there a difference between a happy employee and an engaged employee? According to this infographic, the answer is YES! See on hrnewsdaily.com · The Dollars and Sense of ...
(Mark Rosenman is an emeritus professor at the Union Institute & University and directs Caring to Change in Washington, D.C. You can read some of his other posts on PhilanTopic here, here, here, and here.) Nonprofit leaders, as well as...
For those who are interested in being leaders in the field, the studies keep piling up, showing that employee volunteer programs are worth the investment. Employee volunteering saves money, reduces churn, and increases engagement. Just the other day, Timebank, out of the UK, posted on their blog, "One company with a mature volunteering programme and 9,500 employees achieved an annual saving of nearly £2m through the motivational benefits of volunteering. It came to light when they compared staff turnover rates and found a dramatic decrease - from an average 19% to 2.7% - amongst those staff who took part in their employee volunteering programme." Here's some stats..... http://ow.ly/cHygW
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Does it work? Great question. Here's what Kate Rubin, Vice President of Social Responsibility for UnitedHealth Group has to say about it:
"United Health Group uses online micro-volunteering that enables its employees to contribute their professional skills to nonprofits by completing short assignments for nonprofits. More than 1,000 employees have volunteered this year, helping nearly 350 nonprofits in 17 countries."
What do Verizon, CarMax, and State Farm all have in common? They all offer volunteer grant programs. Volunteer grant programs, also known as “Dollars for (Employee volunteerism - Giving back monetarily at the same time.
Nevada Volunteers, along with NV Energy and MGM Resorts International, bring a variety of national and regional speakers to Las Vegas that will inspire and connect corporate and nonprofit sectors. Among these speakers ...
2012 State of Corporate Citizenship Report Chestnut Hill, Mass., December 19, 2012 /3BL Media/ - Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship has just released the 2012 State of Corporate Citizenship report.
Watch Neville Isdell, chairman of the board of the Coca-Cola Company, discuss the necessary steps for companies to take to become responsible organizations and restore the faith of consumers in industry.