April 05, 2020

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Corporate Giving: "Most Dramatic Shift We've Ever Seen"

A 2013 survey offers eye-opening statistics about the increasing importance of workplace giving programs.

Best and Worst Cities for Employee Engagement

A new report from Quantum Workplace introduces some fascinating data about the best places for high employee engagement.

5 Employee Volunteering Programs that Resonate

Corporate volunteer programs are 'de regueur' at most companies, at least those that take employee engagement seriously. Ryan Scott.

Fundraising Ideas for Employee Engagement in Corporate Giving

It's no secret corporate volunteer programs are a must. One study (among many) shows almost 1/3 of US cos. embrace it.

3 Ways to Fire Up Your Company's Community Impact

When it comes to helping communities, global media and tech company Comcast really knows how to ignite enthusiasm. Causecast.

The Secret to Losing Your CSR Job

Whenever I hear about a company choosing to build their own employee giving platform from scratch, I shudder... Ryan Scott.

Causecast Honored as 'Awesome New Technology' at HR Technology Conference

Causecast is one of only six to earn the distinction as an innovator whose technology is addressing new opportunities facing HR.

Community Impact Keeps the Doctor Away

An apple a day keeps the doctor away...and, it turns out, so does volunteering. Ryan Scott, Causecast.

The Secret to Making Community Impact Stories Stick

Storytelling is a hot marketing buzzword, and for good reason. It's a valuable tool for community impact.

Community Impact is the Hottest Fashion for Employee Engagement

You want your company culture to be one of giving back, and it would be nice if you could get back as much...



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