Corporate Citizenship Blog

Employee Leave Policies : eBay Raises the Bar

Posted by Colleen Olphert, Director, Membership and Member Services on Jun 17, 2016 12:57:33 PM

The following is an excerpt from the most recent issue of The Corporate Citizen magazine. To learn more about how companies are using corporate citizenship to achieve business and social value, check out our issue archive.

As a global commerce leader that connects millions of buyers and sellers around the world, eBay empowers people and creates opportunity. In late 2015, the company decided to make a large investment in the engine that drives this success—its people. In December 2015, the commerce leader announced new paid family and medical leave policies, joining the ranks of tech companies such as Google that have recognized that a healthy and engaged workforce is key to retaining talent and staying competitive.ParentalLeave.png

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Topics: Management Practices, Employee Health and Wellness

The business case for healthy employees

Posted by Stewart Rassier, Director of Executive Education on May 25, 2016 9:01:36 AM

Wearable-Wellness-Tech-2-800x400.jpgHealthier employees are more productive and engaged in their work. They are less likely to call in sick or use vacation time for illnesses. They also perceive their companies as invested in their well-being and as more attractive places to work. However, the risks of an unhealthy workforce are as significant and numerous as the benefits of a healthy one.

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Topics: Employee Health and Wellness

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