We’re right in the midst of the holiday season, so it’s time to bring you the second half of our tips to increase employee participation this season. Missed the first part? Head on over to Part 1.
Small budget, but what to include volunteering programs in your company? Not a problem! We’ve collected some data to give you some practical and actionable steps smaller to medium sized businesses can start on a dime to bring in similar results from their own volunteer programs. Read on to learn more.
Pleasing today’s workforce is not an easy task. But, we may be able to offer something that will help please a good majority - employee giving programs. But, is it really all it’s cracked up to be? Just how beneficial is it to the overall company? And, what if you have a small budget, does that impact the effectiveness at all? Find out the answer to these and other questions.
Employees want to volunteer right? Of course! However, actually getting them to participate can be a little tricky. Many already have tight schedules and aren’t always able to make the commitment necessary. So, what can you do now to jumpstart participation in your corporate volunteer programs? Read on for some of our suggestions.
The holidays are coming up, and that means prime season to give a little back! If you haven’t yet instituted a corporate volunteer program, you might consider this holiday season as the perfect time to start! Consider the next few months your “beta” program to prove the ROI of corporate volunteerism! Here are some ways you can get involved.
Corporate volunteerism has been, and continues to be, on the rise. The amount of companies who offer their employees the ability to get paid time off for providing volunteer or pro bono services is also on the rise, which is great news! However, some out there may still be skeptical. Have no fear though, we’ve got stats and tips to show you the right path! See more.
It doesn’t take a genius to figure this one out: raising employee awareness of a company’s corporate philanthropy programs is key to greater employee participation and program success. But, besides this, there are also a lot of other ways giving programs can deliver a host of strategic benefits to corporations. Find out what they are.
Many things have changed over the years, and corporate and employee giving is just one of them. Slowly but surely it seems we have brought people closer and increased their desire to do more for each other. This is an amazing feat and we are excited to see what changed the rest of the future holds! Today, giving is driven by well-informed and well-intentioned individuals who want to bring their skills and passions to bear on causes they care about. Read on to learn more.
So, you’ve got a giving program. But, now what? What does that mean to your employees, or for your business? It would help to know the benefits, and what other aspects are arising with other companies you have also ventured down this endeavor. Well, we’ve got just the thing. See how other companies, just like yours, are benefiting everyday from their long-term giving program incentives.
Interested in starting your own giving program? If you want more information on driving employee participation, download our white paper, Managing a Successful Long-Term Giving Program.