AngelPoints White Paper: Higher Employee Engagement Brings Greater Value to Your Business

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AngelPoints White Paper: Higher Employee Engagement Brings Greater Value to Your Business

Using a Rewards Program to Recognize and Motivate Your Employee Volunteers
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Summary

Most volunteers donate their time and skills out of altruism and/or a passion for a given
cause. Volunteers frequently are also among your most valuable human resources, consistently
demonstrating a willingness to go above and beyond the call of duty and honing skills such as
leadership and time management. Beyond this, your employee volunteers are visible, active members
of the community, strengthening your brand and helping to build a positive image to your company.
A rewards program is a key component of a successful Employee Volunteer Program as a way to
publicly recognize your leading contributors and to inspire your workforce. This paper provides ideas
for rewards programs and outlines the use of the AngelPoints Rewards module to facilitate recognition
at your organization.

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Tuesday, May 4, 2010 - 6:00am

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CONTENT: Press Release

(3BLMedia/theCSRfeed) May 4, 2010 - Corporations have long since recognized the value of including Employee Volunteer Programs (EVPs) as part of their larger corporate social responsibility efforts. Such programs are highly cost-effective ways of giving back to the community. They:

• Help to strengthen your brand reputation and increase loyalty among your customers and your workplace

• Improve morale and provide meaningful and fun ways for your employees to get involved

• Provide opportunities for skills-based learning and development without the overhead of more traditional training 

It is also essential to note that your employees who are actively engaged “in the field” are tremendous brand ambassadors for your corporation. These people became the face of your company in your community, participating in the types of volunteer activities that espouse your company’s values. For example, a company in the Food and Beverage industry may support organizations and activities whose goal it is to reduce hunger. The company’s employee volunteers who donate their time in food banks and soup kitchens, educate children about nutrition, or who participate in fund- and awareness-raising walks against hunger are highly visible representatives of the company, actively demonstrating the company’s commitment to ameliorating hunger. Therefore, when people think of this company, they not only think of its products, they also have a positive impression of the company for its good works.

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About AngelPoints
AngelPoints is where personal responsibility meets corporate strategy.  Since 2001, AngelPoints has helped leading companies in every industry around the globe manage and measure the impact of their CSR and sustainability initiatives.  

Our mission is simple: by providing comprehensive products and services, we make it easy and efficient to execute and scale world-class CSR and Sustainability programs. With our tools, your employees will commit to activities like never before and program impact will take off, credibly and transparently.  But don't just take our word for it – see who's using AngelPoints!  

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Keywords: CSR | Corporate Social Responsibility | EVP | Employee Engagement | Employee Volunteer Programs | Sustainability | angelpoints | volunteer | white paper

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CONTENT: Press Release

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