Are you facing a mandate from management to take your employee engagement programs global? Or are you already in the process? In partnership with LBG Associates
We know! We hear it from clients all the time. That’s why Realized Worth is partnering with LBG Associates to produce a report that will show you how companies like yours have found solutions to the challenges of expanding employee engagement programs.
I had a great time chatting with Joe Waters and Megan Strand on CauseTalk Radio last week. I shared some of my thoughts about why corporate volunteering needs
I also talk about skill based and pro bono volunteering. What works - what doesn’t and why not.
We are pleased to announce that Realized Worth and Corporate Citizenship are now working together to help companies refine their community investment and com
So we have to tell you, we are extremely excited about this joint venture. For some time now we have been exploring ways to offer a ‘make-over’ for corporate community investment programs. We knew that if we were going to do it right, we would need a partner with experience in employee engagement and community investment equal to our own.
This blog post was originally shared on Business4Better: The Community Partnership Movement blog as a part of the upcoming Business4Better conference. The confe
Do you have busy employees that can’t give large amounts of time for charitable volunteering due to other commitments and a busy lifestyle? Try micro-volunteering.
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See on Scoop.it - Global examples of corporate volunteering & workplace giving
Furthermore most CSR guidelines, tools and practices – corporate volunteering and grant making programs, for instance – are geared towards big businesses. This is a pity, because SMEs have an enormous range of skills …
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The best way for companies to design and implement global pro bono programs that maximize the benefits of their ICV programs is through partnerships and collaboration….
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Your employees want to perform community service; they really, really do…but amidst their busy schedules they just can’t seem to find the time.
Micro-volunteers are generally not required to undergo a screening process nor do they need to make a specific time commitment. Besides donating money, an example of micro-volunteer work is helping a museum add tag words to the tons of images in its database to help them be searchable for future use. By crowdsourcing the task of tagging the photos to micro-volunteers, the museum can catalog a greater number of photos without the expense of paying staff.
First Ark Group is donating 500 hours of staff time to local charities, but expects to reap the rewards in house. Laura McCumiskey explains (Maybe a new approach to corporate giving… Sounds a good idea, what do you think?