93 percent of “Generation-Z” (born between 1996 and 2010) say how a company IMPACTS SOCIETY affects where they decide to work. Dig deeper into employee engagement through generosity.
Many donors don’t trust nonprofits. They don’t know how the organizations use their money, and they’re not sure who benefits from the gifts. Money for Good 2015 recommends nonprofits take these four steps to attract donors: Reframe giving—nonprofits need to inspire donors and help them feel connected to the organizations and to beneficiaries. Target the … Read more
“It seems like everyone is talking about the importance of purpose in the workplace these days. At Benevity we’re thrilled because we’ve long believed that social impact and business success are deeply intertwined. We know that the best way to boost corporate culture—and employee engagement—is to strengthen workplace giving and volunteering programs.” – Benevity
According to Benevity, in 2018 the top trending charities supported by Companies and their people only included 3 organizations involved in solving poverty. While there is no need to debate the worthiness of the top 10 causes, we believe that businesses in America have an opportunity to make a huge impact in other countries by … Read more
Only about 34 percent of U.S. workers—and 13 percent worldwide—report that they are engaged at work, according to Gallup data. While higher pay and better benefits generally improve a worker’s satisfaction and overall contentment, they don’t truly drive engagement and the extra effort that comes with it, engagement experts say. – from SHRM According to SHRM, … Read more
As business owners, we are constantly looking for an edge. Employee engagement is essential to any growing business. As Bryan De Lottinville from Benevity.com says: “…authentic employee engagement really isn’t about shiny objects and kitschy gimmicks. Rather, it has to do with creating a real emotional connection involving a person, their peers and the company that … Read more