Proving Employee Volunteering ROI

by Community Manager on ‎08-03-2011 8:00 AM, EDT - last edited on ‎01-11-2013 2:44 PM, EST by Network for Good Specialist

The folks at Realized Worth have created a rich blog series on making the business case for employee volunteering.  The articles highlight trends, best practices and case studies, all backed by compelling research and data.  The series is a must read for anyone looking to prove the ROI for employee engagement programs.  Plus, the Daniel Pink video on motivation and purpose is a fun, inspiring 10 minute treat.

 

You can read the first seven installments via the links below.

 

Business Case #1: Employee Volunteering Creates Employee Engagement

 

Business Case #2: Employee Volunteering Attracts Better Talent

 

Business Case #3: Employee Volunteering Is Employee Development

 

Business Case #4: Employee Volunteering Offers A Competitive Advantage

 

Business Case #5: Employee Volunteering Increased Corporate Intelligence

 

Business Case #6: Employee Volunteering Reduces Health Care Costs

 

Business Case #7: Employee Volunteering Generates Value

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