Employee Engagement and Volunteering Best Practices with AngelPoints

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Employee Engagement and Volunteering Best Practices with AngelPoints

Why should you care about employee engagement?
Did you know that US companies lose $11 billion annually due to employee turnover? Or that 70% of young employees would rather work for a company that offers employee volunteer programs and is committed to helping the community? The benefits of having an employee engagement program are extensive, as are the consequences of not having one.

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The DNA of Robust Employee Engagement
How does employee volunteering benefit your overall business objectives and bottom line? When done right, it will be the catalyst to keep employees passionate about their work, decrease turnover and increase the overall value of your business. Hear from Berkshire Bank—“America’s Most Exciting Bank”—and learn about the benefits they reap from a robust employee volunteer program. ...
Sep 28, 2016 9:15 AM ET
Stop Spending Your Time on Administration and Start Spending It on Strategy Development
If you have an employee volunteer program in place in your company, you want to make sure it is constantly growing and improving; that you are continuing to more effectively engage your staff and involve them in your organization’s efforts to make a difference in your community. But managing and coordinating an employee volunteer program can be incredibly cumbersome and time consuming. ...
Sep 6, 2016 9:25 AM ET
Driving Employee Engagement Through Better Program Coordination
You’ve set up an employee volunteer program. Now you need volunteers. After all, the program won’t run itself. Luckily you’ve got a large pool of employees ripe for the picking and all you have to do is get them interested in participating. But how? Have you set clear goals and shared them with your staff? Have you considered your employee's interests and skills in the volunteer activity? Will...
Aug 24, 2016 9:05 AM ET
Why Should You Care About Employee Engagement?
Why Should You Care About Employee Engagement? In truth, the answer is quite simple: engaged employees are more loyal, work harder, and stay longer. It would stand to reason that companies with higher levels of employee engagement perform better. Data taken from the 2012 Global Workforce Study conducted by Towers Watson supports this theory. By comparing employee engagement levels in 50...
Aug 9, 2016 10:00 AM ET
Corporate Social Responsibility: What's At Stake
A strong corporate social responsibility (CSR) program is becoming the industry standard for leading companies today. Whether you're running an employee volunteer program, a workplace employee giving program, a grants program or all of the above, there's a great deal at stake! Learn why it's so important, and what's actually at stake with a robust CSR program.  To learn more about this...
Aug 2, 2016 1:35 AM ET