Corporate Volunteer Programs: Everybody Wins
Posted by La Salle University on April 11, 2016
Date and Time: April 20th, 2016 – 12:00 pm to 01:30 pm
Corporate volunteerism caught on during the recession as a way for businesses to supplement and expand their existing community-giving initiatives, and has since made its way into mainstream business practices. Nearly ¾ of companies enable/encourage/allow their employees to volunteer with nonprofit organizations during paid working hours, recognizing that Milennials especially value corporate social responsibility in an employer. Nonprofits that effectively tap into that existing commitment benefit from both people power and the relationship that comes from the connections a corporate volunteer program builds. This e-learning experience will demonstrate the win-win scenario of taking advantage of established corporate volunteer programs, ensuring that the corporations get the civic engagement they seek, that the employees make a meaningful connection to your organization and that you benefits from the skills, energy, motivation and commitment they bring to the process. With this knowledge, you will be able to proceed with confidence in selecting the right partners and ensuring that each side finds value in the relationship.
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