A hot topic these days is employee engagement and what employees can do to give more to their jobs. With the holiday in full swing, it may be the time to start creating volunteering opportunities for your team. Check it out!
EMPLOYEE VOLUNTEERISM CAN IMPROVE WORKPLACE
"Creating a company culture of volunteerism in your organization can help your community and the world while improving your business. Employee-sponsored volunteerism appeals to consumers who prefer doing business with socially responsible companies and employees who want to make a difference in the world.
Whether you focus on climate issues, racial injustice, diversity and inclusion, poverty, or another concern, the shared mission can create a stronger workplace culture and help businesses embrace corporate social responsibility. We’ll explore how volunteering helps businesses and their employees and share best practices for creating an employee volunteer program." Learn more
ENCOURAGE EMPLOYEE VOLUNTEERISM TO BOOST WELLNESS
"In today's fast-paced corporate environment, finding ways to enhance employee wellbeing is becoming an essential aspect of organizational culture. One often overlooked yet powerful approach to boosting morale and increasing employee satisfaction is by promoting and encouraging volunteerism.
This article explores the various benefits of employee volunteerism as a path to wellbeing and offers practical steps to help organizations create an engaging, supportive environment for their staff to participate in meaningful volunteer opportunities. Additionally, we'll conclude with a call to action (CTA) that highlights the services provided by Global Healthcare Resources to help you take your wellness initiatives to the next level." Learn more
EMPLOYEE VOLUNTEERISM TO BOOST ENGAGEMENT
"Ahead of the holidays, workers may be feeling more magnanimous, new data from the Association of Corporate Citizenship Professionals suggests. The majority of respondents told ACCP that their workers are increasingly participating in company volunteer activities.
The ACCP surveyed its pool of members in the “corporate social impact” industry for its 4th annual CSR Insights Survey. In discussing the uptick in employee volunteering, the November 2023 report noted how employers are making room for these charitable actions to take place. One-third of employers offered individual options, more than half offered group volunteer opportunities and 26% offered virtual options." Learn more