August 10, 2020 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Two Giant Steps Towards Recruiting Top Talent

Great companies are made from great employees. Every company leader wants productive and loyal employees.

New Report: Millennials’ Political Behavior Will Surprise You

When it comes to insights about Millennials, our most populous generation, the annual Millennial Impact Report never disappoints. Created by research firm Achieve...

4 Things Every Employee Needs to Be Happy

Seventy percent. That’s the number of employees in this country who couldn’t care less about their jobs. Your disengaged staff are cutting every...

What Amazon's Work Culture Tells Us About Employee Disengagement

The New York Times’ recent expose of working conditions inside Amazon has set off a tsunami of discussion about how far Corporate America...

Being a Good Corporate Citizen is Good Business...But Can You Prove It?

Practicing corporate social responsibility makes companies look good and helps their leaders and employees feel like good corporate citizens, too. But does it...

Microsoft Deepens Longstanding Commitment to Philanthropy with Expanded Vision, New Organization

Today we’re announcing an expanded commitment to our corporate philanthropy around the world with a broader ambition

Winston-Salem Foundation Initiative Focuses on Youth Philanthropy

Drew Lischke said he was a teenage volunteer in a homeless shelter three years ago when he noticed that some young people his...

San Francisco’s Best View is of Its Corporate Philanthropy

I’m proud to be a resident of the Bay Area. It’s been about a year since I moved back here, and the city...

Can Philanthropy Be Taught in a Classroom?

Philanthropy courses are on the rise in higher education. As programmes develop, we examine the impact on donations.

A Yale Economist Wants to Make You a Better Philanthropist

Compare your last phone purchase with your last charitable donation.



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