June 04, 2020

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USAID and IBM in Ghana: The Role of Skills-Based Volunteering in Global Development

Is skills-based volunteerism the answer to global development? CDC Development Solutions' Amanda MacArthur examines an employee-led exercise by IBM volunteers in Ghana.

The "ROI" of Employee Volunteering

Employee volunteerism is on the rise...so what's the ROI?

GreenBiz: Turning employees into sustainable assets

What would profit and loss statements look like if they included factors like employee happiness, retention, job referrals and volunteerism?

4 Environmental Issues That Matter to Employees

What are the most pressing environmental issues that matter to employees? And what does it take to transition them from observers to active...

The Changing Face of Recruitment & Volunteerism

The multiple facets of employee engagement and recruitment -- and where volunteerism fits in.

Cross Sector Partnerships: Creating Shared Value

JPMorgan Chase's VP and Global Director of Employee Engagement and Volunteerism offers tips on building a culture that prioritizes creating shared value.

Building Leaders & Nonprofis: Where Business Can Help

With funds scarce, how can organizations best help nonprofit partners build capacity -- and leaders within their workforce?

Craigslist Foundation Winds Up Its Good Work

The Craigslist Foundation just announced it is ceasing operations after more than a decade.

Gen Xers lead the way in volunteering

According to a new federal report on volunteer trends, the oft-overlooked Gen Xers are becoming an important factor in social good efforts. On...

No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

AmeriCorps, the nation's biggest community service program, works.



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