Categories of Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has become expected of today’s companies. In fact, more than half of employees state they believe employers should offer charitable opportunities for those who work for them (America’s Charities Snapshot). But, never fear! There are more ways than ever for your company to get involved and

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5 Ways to Enhance Employee CSR Engagement

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is more important today than ever before. According to a recent study conducted by Cone Communications, 58% of job candidates consider a company’s charitable practices when looking for employment and 78% of employees stated that they’d like to participate in helping their company improve its responsible

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Millennials and the Workforce Revolution: Is Your Company Ready?

It’s no secret that Millennials are quickly becoming powerhouses within the workforce and workplace – changing the way we look at workplace environment, company accountability and lifestyle careers.  The question is:  Is your company prepared to attract and retain these individuals within this new workplace model? According to Forbes, Millennials currently make

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What’s New in Corporate Social Responsibility

2017 is a big year for CSR trends. Corporate is realizing the use of making a good social impact in business. Who is stepping up to the plate? Tim Mohin, chief executive at GRI, echoed the belief that sustainability will remain a priority for corporations: “2017 will obviously be a

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Business and Philanthropy Linked – Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate social responsibility (CSR, also called corporate conscience, corporate citizenship or responsible business) is a form of corporate self-regulation integrated into a business model. There is an important committee of some top executives in the field. The Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy (CECP), a coalition of CEOs” from 150 of some

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CSR – Corporate Philanthropy

Corporate Social Responsibilities America’s Charities – Snapshot 2015 found that more than “80 percent of respondents use technology to allow employees to give money, 65 percent use it to record volunteer hours and 69 percent use technology to sign up for a volunteer event.” “About one-third (37 percent) use technology platforms

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