There are new options for workplace giving tools almost every month. The United Way may have
normalized the idea of ‘giving at the office’ but these new tools take the concept way beyond traditional giving campaigns.
With so many options available these days to manage workplace giving, we've created a list for our readers - and we've added our own perspective. The…
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Case #1 - Employee Engagement
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IBM has announced hundreds of new service grants to support employees’ volunteer activities. The new technology and cash grants expand IBM’s commitment to communities worldwide by 140 percent over last year. The Initiative is part of the company’s centennial year…Continue
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Managing a company’s employee volunteering program is almost always a daunting task. This is partly because most employers approach the task as an add-on – surely finding a place to volunteer will just take a few minutes? Turns out, scheduling events, negotiating with nonprofits, communicating events to employees, and looking after unending details - is a full time job.
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If you want an engaging employee volunteer program, you'll need to make it 3 dimensional. Here's how.
If you're even vaguely familiar with Realized Worth, chances are you've heard us mention the "Journey of the Volunteer." Whether in blogs,…
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(3BLMedia/theCSRfeed) February 14, 2011 - Let's be honest. We know that the environmental issue is a growing tsunami of global threat. We also know that most people have only a minimal knowledge of what to do. Governments are pushing this agenda strongly, as world population has more than doubled and will soon triple from the…
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Corporate Volunteering promises an array of benefits, but there is one single benefit that overshadows the rest - one single benefit that is the sole measurement of success for your program.
The number of hours a company invests in employee volunteering is like aircraft maintenance - which is to say, it is vitally important. It is not, however, what your customers want to know about.
Every week, scores of companies publish press…
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Tourist – Traveler – Guide. This is the journey of the volunteer. The great failure of volunteer coordinators lies in expecting tourists to act like guides, treating guides like tourists,
and ignoring the traveler all-together. Its time we meet people where
they're at. Here's what you need to know to…
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Although 86 percent of respondents to a recent survey said that their organization promotes employee sustainability, just 14 percent reported that their employers had an official employee sustainability
engagement policy. The Employee Engagement Survey, from Brighter Planet
and Saatchi & Saatchi, also reported that small companies, with 100
people or less, were…
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