Corporate Volunteering: 'One of the best ways to attract, retain & develop your employees'

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Corporate Volunteering: 'One of the best ways to attract, retain & develop your employees'

Designing Easy & Rewarding Employee Volunteer Programs Friday, May 14th, hosted at the MaRS Discovery District, Toronto
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Only a few days left 2 register 4 Corporate Volunteering seminar at MaRS, Toronto, May 14


Want employees who work well in a team, give more when times are tough and spread the good word about your company? Well, there's a simple and ethical way to get them. . .

Monday, May 10, 2010 - 8:46am

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(3BLMedia/theCSRfeed) - May 10, 2010 - Business of all shapes and sizes are eagerly getting into employee volunteering programs. It's the best way to attract, retain & develop your employees while making a positive impact in the community. However, even with best intentions, not every strategy is successful.

What's the secret to success?

In morning and afternoon sessions, Chris Jarvis of Realized Worth, will guide you and your colleagues through the obstacles of employee volunteering and demonstrate, through case studies and action planning, how to turn them to your advantage for an easy and rewarding strategy.

Who should come?

Bring your team from HR, the sustainability or social responsibility office, managers and front-line staff. We will be using case studies from the apparel industry; however the content of the workshop applies to any industry and to non-profits and businesses alike!

Enroll now! 5 business days to go! Discount for FTA, GEO, CBSR Members and non-profits!

A good volunteer = a great employee. The skill sets are the same!


Keywords: Corporate Social Responsibility / corporate volunteering / nonprofit / volunteer / Innovation / Social Entrepreneurship

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