A recent survey of 1,000 millennials by Zeno Group found that while millennial women highly value mentorship, only 60 percent of them have mentors; and those who had them were more likely to believe they were on track to achieve their professional goals.
Amy Thayer of Achieve recaps her session from the 2015 VolunteerMatch Summit, titled "Cause, Influence, and the Next Generation Workforce."
What inspires Millennial employees to move from the point of interest to a place of action? The 2015 Millennial Impact Report examines inﬂuence in the workplace, and the environment couldn’t be more relevant. The average American employee spends 47 hours a week in the workplace. As Millennials increasingly make up the majority of many companies, we have to shape cultures that empower this generation of “do-gooders.”
Life-stage, gender and other key factors impact how different Millennial audiences will engage in CSR
September 23, 2015 /3BL Media/ - From buying products associated with a cause they care about to using their online networks to amplify social and environmental messages, Millennials are universally more engaged in corporate social responsibility (CSR) efforts, according to the newly released 2015 Cone Communications Millennial CSR Study.
USAToday.com highlights Deloitte's 2011 Volunteer IMPACT Survey and interviews Evan Hochberg, the national leader of Deloitte's community-involvement initiative. Article recognizes that promoting volunteerism can help bolster employee satisfaction in the workplace.
(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) June 15, 2011 - Findings from the 2011 Deloitte Volunteer IMPACT Survey suggest that the benefits of creating a culture of service extend well beyond the personal experience of active volunteers.
(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) June 13, 2011 - Millennials have often been described as the most civic-minded generation to come along since World War II. Yet, while these young employees are characterized by their passion to change the world, their motivation to volunteer is not entirely altruistic.