Want your employees to do good in a fun and easy way but not sure how? The Good Box is a great, simple idea you can implement in your office before your lunch break is over
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Looking to develop a volunteer program for the first time or take your existing volunteer management plan to the next level? You’ve come to the right place.
Most of us spend several hours a day at work, and we want it to be a positive, happy place. Here are a few simple things you can do to make sure your office has the best vibes
Highlights from the Conference on Volunteering and Service
These big companies understand the value of CSR and chose to participate in Good Deeds Day 2017
The average person spends just as much time in the office as they do at home. It’s important to create an atmosphere where people feel happy, and are flourishing both personally and professionally.
Here are 10 of the best practices to get the good vibes going in your office, today and every day.
We’ve got you covered with ideas, tools, guides and resources to make your Good Deeds Day a golden one.
We’ve reached the fourth chapter of our “Complete CSR Toolkit” series on the benefits of corporate social responsibility. We’ve touched on how employee volunteering programs can create more satisfied employees, which can in turn foster new and innovative creations for your business. In this article, we’ll discuss the other amazing additives that CSR practices can bring to your company table.
In part 3 of our series exploring the benefits of CSR, we will check in on exactly how how having more satisfied employees as a result of corporate social responsibility values can breed innovative thinking and support business success. A small shift in perspective, a pop of passion, and big commitment to long term development can deliver a healthy return on your investment.
What does CSR have to do with happy employees? Plenty. In our first article of the “Complete CSR Toolkit,” we saw how important the benefits of corporate social responsibility are to your team. The need for such team building exercises is apparent, and now, in part 2, we dive deeper into why focusing on the individual and creating happy employees is important – and why it should matter to any business who wants to succeed.