Volunteerism, Employee Engagement and the Bottom Line – Deloitte Insights Video

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Volunteerism, Employee Engagement and the Bottom Line – Deloitte Insights Video

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Summary

If millennials ─ employees between the ages of 21 and 35 ─ frequently participate in company-sponsored volunteer programs, they are more likely to feel a strong connection and sense of belonging at work, according to the 2011 Deloitte Volunteer IMPACT Survey.  It all adds up to a discernable difference for companies interested in driving the “double bottom line” ─ and making both a business and a social return.

Tune into the latest episode of Deloitte Insights to learn more about the survey and the connection between volunteerism, employee engagement and the bottom line.

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Wednesday, October 5, 2011 - 2:30pm

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Lori Grey
Deloitte
Keywords: Diversity & Human Resources | Deloitte | Employee Engagement | career progression | career satisfaction | community involvement | volunteerism

CAMPAIGN: Community Involvement at Deloitte

CONTENT: Press Release