September 29, 2016 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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How to Celebrate LIVESTRONG Day 2016

Join us in representing the strength and community of survivors in your hometown this LIVESTRONG Day, Friday, May 20th.

Companies Score When Corporate Volunteering is a Family Affair

With National Volunteer Week on the horizon, any company engaged in employee-led corporate philanthropy may want to consider how to join the celebration.

4 Ways Your Employees’ Cell Phones Help Them Volunteer

Pssst...did you know your employees are talking about you online? According to a Weber...

3 Ways to Have an Impact on the World While Staying Close to Home

If you want to explore social good as part of your job or outside of it, lending a hand in your own country...

Building a Volunteering Program that Really Works

Volunteering in the workplace is more than just a community benefit...

7 Steps to Employee Volunteering Success

Gandhi once said, “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”

Samsung Employees Donate 16,800 Hours Back to Local Communities Across the Country

On Oct. 16, 2015, Samsung Electronics North American closed its offices to enable its employees to give back 16,800 hours to more than...

United Way Sees Spike in Young Employees Looking to Volunteer Through Corporate Campaigns

United Way campaigns changing the face of corporate social responsibility with younger volunteers.

The Best Community Impact Programs Do This

Good managers understand that what motivates employees more than ever is a sense that what they’re doing matters, and that they’re working for...

Aramark Celebrates Another Edition of ABC Day

Thousands of employees donate their time and enthusiasm to their communities.



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