Engaging a workforce spread across 33 international offices in a giving campaign is no small task. Data company Splunk started with a small incentive for employees to give to their favorite causes. A whopping 61% of their people participated, but something else remarkable happened. Find out how Splunk’s modest budget had a major impact.
Did you know that turnover is reduced by 57% for employees actively engaged in company giving and volunteering efforts? Benevity has made engaging your people easier with The Big Book of Goodness! Check it out for 25+ creative ideas to amplify your people’s efforts (and boost engagement!) all year long.
Like all great stories, the company we now know as VMware began with a single idea. That single idea launched a company that, 20 years later, is now a global enterprise technology leader. With a motto of “innovation in everything,” the original founders share the VMware story and how the original culture of innovation drives the company’s success to this day.
Today’s workforce is looking for more than just a paycheck; they’re looking for purpose. Employees want their companies to stand for something. Corporate volunteering programs allow companies to put their purpose into action while improving employee engagement and retention.
Realized Worth’s Angela Parker and Salesforce.org’s Brandolon Barnett will explore how and why implementing a volunteering program makes the biggest impact on employee engagement.
PLAINFIELD, Ind., August 24, 2018 /3BL Media/ -- Fifteen Duke Energy apprentice and journeyman lineworkers from Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky earned the right to advance to the International Lineman's Rodeo in Bonner Springs, Kans., Oct. 12-13, after competing in the Duke Energy Midwest Lineman's Rodeo in Plainfield on Aug. 11.
Dave Armon, CMO of 3BL Media will lead a discussion around the ABCs of building a first-class company culture
NEW YORK, August 22, 2018 /3BL Media/ – 3BL Media Chief Marketing Officer Dave Armon will lead a discussion Sept. 6 in New York City on steps that purpose-drive companies like Eileen Fisher and Pfizer are taking to emphasize corporate culture and environment as a top priority among traditional employee benefit offerings.
MetLife strives to develop a workplace culture in which employees are engaged, motivated and inspired. We provide employees with opportunities to develop their unique abilities and talents — helping us deliver for our customers and fuel our success.
We have made significant progress in building a diverse, inclusive and motivational culture. In the coming years, we intend to do even more to build the next generation of leaders and create a future-focused workplace that attracts and retains the best talent.
TELUS proves a purpose-driven company culture can be a brand differentiator
Companies like TELUS, Canada’s fastest-growing national telecommunications company, have found that weaving giving, volunteering and grantmaking into the fabric of their company culture has far-reaching benefits like:
Every CSR leader wants to make it easier for employees to be engaged in their communities, but facilitating connections between team members and local charities is often challenging.
Learn how Nike overcomes this challenge by training up their people as volunteering champions. With this approach, Nike employees gain a sense of ownership in their Goodness program and, in turn, the company helps charities garner more support for their causes through the Benevity platform.