Corporate Citizenship Blog

Nonprofit board training: Preparing and engaging employees for service

Posted by Stewart Rassier, Director of Executive Education on Apr 22, 2016 3:10:00 PM

Nonprofit board placement programs have grown in popularity and importance as companies and employees realize the rewards of sustained, high-level engagement in community organizations. According to the 2015 Community Involvement Study, nearly 70 percent of companies offer a nonprofit board program to their employees as a part of their volunteer program offerings (see Figure A). This is a huge change from 2011, where the same study revealed that only 26 percent of companies offered nonprofit board programs to all of their employees.

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Topics: Philanthropy, Volunteer Programs

Volunteer programs can help increase employee engagement

Posted by Stewart Rassier, Director of Executive Education on Feb 11, 2016 1:17:23 PM

With longer work hours and shorter tenures on average, it is more difficult than ever to keep employees engaged with their jobs. The Gallup’s 2013 State of the Global Workplace study describes engaged employees as people who are psychologically committed to their jobs and likely to be making positive contributions to their organizations. In that study, it was found that 87 percent of employees are disengaged from their jobs.[i]

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Topics: Employee Engagement, Corporate Volunteerism, Volunteer Programs

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