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Creating Diverse & Inclusive Business: The Power of Employee Volunteer Networks

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Here’s a question I love asking companies: Why is your employee volunteer program important? We usually end up talking about indicators: The amount of resources, money, and time companies invest in developing and maintaining employee volunteering programs. The depth and breadth of business alignment and integration are another. High employee participation rates and access to consistent, measurable community impact data. These all indicate importance.

Pfizer Australia Hosts Local Activation of IMPACT2030

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July 2, 2019  /3BL Media/ Today Pfizer Australia hosts a gathering of 40 of its non-traditional industry partners to discuss volunteerism and potential collaborative efforts with the United Nations, corporations, nonprofits, academia, and other stakeholders to address Australia’s needs as part of the 

Creating Diverse & Inclusive Business: The Evolution of Employee Resource Groups

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There are many kinds of employee networks that develop within corporations, either as a corporate (“top-down”) initiative or because employees self-organize (a “bottom-up” initiative). Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) are in the category of what I like to call activist networks. This type of corporate network is common for corporations, but is almost always compartmentalized or siloed from the rest of the business. So, how do companies integrate employee activism with day-to-day business? The simple answer is – collaboration.

Why Employee Volunteer Recognition is Important

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The Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) field talks about employee volunteer recognition as either “employee recognition” or “volunteer recognition.” In terms of thought leadership on how companies are recognizing employee volunteers, we rarely see these two topics married. And that’s because they are treated like two different worlds – when they’re not.

Webinar: Engage Your Employees by Instilling Purpose in Your Workplace Culture

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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.

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2019 CSR and Sustainability Conferences Guide

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Your go-to resource for CSR (and CSR-related) conferences in 2019 is here! Gather knowledge and come together with other passionate CSR practitioners – take your next step to change the world. ­

This year's Realized Worth Conference Guide includes 35 conferences in the United States and across the world, with event descriptions, and an interactive map to help you find the conferences by location. 

How to Tell Your Employee Volunteering Story: The Best Example We’ve Seen

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Realized Worth is always on the lookout for great examples of employee volunteering and storytelling to share with our readers. On International Volunteer Day, we shared a video produced by Emirates NBD, a leading banking group and a leader in the practice of employee volunteering in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

2019 Resolution: Rejecting the Tyranny of Positivity

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This year, we learned we have fewer than 15 years to prevent catastrophic climate change. We saw suicide rates rise at a rapid rate and watched journalists experience an unprecedented degree of abuse. When the news is overwhelmingly depressing, we find ourselves saying things like, “Just be positive – things will be alright” – or worse, “It doesn’t do any good to get upset.”

CSR & Employee Engagement for IMPACT - Join Us Tuesday!

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Technology has dramatically changed how companies engage employees in CSR. For example:

CSR Technology and Employee Engagement

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Technology has dramatically changed how companies engage employees in CSR. For example:

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