Is Employee Volunteering Good For Business?

Publisher: Corban OneSource

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Is Employee Volunteering Good For Business?

Increasingly, today’s employees are entering the workforce with an expectation that volunteering will be a part of their professional careers. Millennials, specifically, are already very accustomed to volunteering and tend to gravitate toward companies that have Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programs. These young employees have grown up with volunteer requirements through most of their teen to young adulthood years. They needed volunteer hours in order to graduate high school, qualify for scholarships and have been taught their entire lives to be aware of the environment and others. They’ve discovered what we all know to be true, that volunteering brings about a healthy outlook and takes the focus off of us and directs it towards others