(2013) Employee Engagement 2.0: Taking Volunteerism to Another Level

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(2013) Employee Engagement 2.0: Taking Volunteerism to Another Level

Don't Miss the "Employee Engagement 2.0: Taking Volunteerism to Another Level" Session at the COMMIT!Forum!
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Wednesday, August 14, 2013 - 2:35pm

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Gallup's most recent "State of the American Workplace" reported that 70% of the U.S. workforce is either disengaged or actively disengaged in their everyday jobs. This indicates a tremendous lack of employee productivity, morale, and passion within America’s companies.

Corporate employee volunteerism programs have now become standard practice in employee engagement-related activities. So what are company leaders gearing up to do as traditional volunteerism becomes status quo, millennials demand more growth and development opportunities, and employees look to their company's leadership to demonstrate what good citizenship looks like beyond all the benchmarks?

Come to the COMMIT!Forum and learn about skills-based volunteerism (SBV), employee engagement 2.0. SBV presents an opportunity to align social impact with human resources objectives, to create measurable and inspiring impact.

Presenters of this session include:

Rachel Chong
CEO & Founder

Jason Rzepka
Senior Vice President, Public Affairs

Mindy Tarlow
CEO/Executive Director
Center for Employment Opportunities

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