Spark! Workplace Giving - Ignite Employee Engagement

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Spark! Workplace Giving - Ignite Employee Engagement
Workplace giving is one key way companies can kickstart employee engagement.  Social responsibility is now a greater consideration in employees’ decisions to join, stay with or leave companies.    Attracting, retaining and motivating employees is a top of mind issue for companies.   Social good programs, including workplace giving, are one key way for businesses to connect and engage with their employees.
 
Learn about workplace giving, why it matters, what's new and how it can be a powerful part of your employee engagement strategy. 

 

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What is the “Killer Cause” for Workplace Giving Programs?
From the Benevity Just BeCause Blog A lot of times companies ask us: what is the “killer cause” that will make my workplace giving program (or cause marketing campaign) sing? And we think we know the answer. It’s not some magical charity that cuts across every demographic; it’s much simpler than that. The killer cause is the charity or charities (small or large, local or national) that matters most to the relevant individual – in this case the cause or causes that matters to each employee.  And the element of choice is not only key for users; employers want flexibility as well. Companies are interested in delivering workplace giving programs that enable them to promote and encourage giving to their strategic corporate causes and, at the same time, to give their employees more choices about which causes, where and how to give.
Aug 31, 2011 2:05 PM ET
5 Steps to Kickstart Employee Engagement Through Workplace Giving
From the Benevity Just BeCause Blog 5 Steps to Kickstart Employee Engagement Through Workplace Giving
Aug 25, 2011 12:20 PM ET
“We’re All in this Together” – Wait, are We? Lack of Alignment between Corporate Giving and Employee Giving & How to Fix It
A growing number of companies, aware of the link between workplace giving and employee engagement, have a heightened interest in employee giving and volunteering programs.  Despite this increased demand, the employee element of corporate giving often lags in attention and innovation behind the focus given to the community and consumer-facing aspects of corporate philanthropy.  Companies are struggling to bring their increased investments in corporate and employee giving closer to the target audiences and to realize the greatest possible social and business impacts.  Companies want to maximize contributions to their causes and communities and increase employee engagement, extend their brand, and resonate positively with employees and the community at large.  Aligning corporate giving and employee giving can help companies realize the social and business impacts that they want to achieve. 
Aug 17, 2011 11:30 AM ET
Missing the Mark - Participation Rates in Workplace Giving & Employee Volunteering
Post from the Benevity Just BeCause Blog What is the current state of employee giving and volunteering programs, especially as it relates to the goals of employee involvement and engagement? In this post we take a pulse check on the current state of employee involvement in workplace giving programs and some of the underlying reasons. 
Aug 12, 2011 12:30 PM ET
Workplace Giving Kickstarts Employee Engagement
Employee Benefit News - July 2011 New software aims to streamline workplace giving programs Savvy employers are tuning in to the idea that employees and consumers feel good about working for, and buying from, companies that give to charitable causes. Click here to read the full article, which features Spark! by...
Jul 26, 2011 11:30 AM ET

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