What happens when employee engagement and social impact converge? What are the six key factors that every leader should know when developing or managing an employee engagement or workplace giving program? How can you stay on top of emerging trends that are shaping the field of workplace philanthropy? How can you engage the next generation and meet your company's social impact goals?
Next week, December 10th at 11:00 am ET, my organization, America's Charities, will unveil its new Snapshot 2015 report, The New Corporate DNA: Where Employee Engagement and Social Impact Converge, during a free Best Practices webinar hosted by 3BL Media. Click here to register for the webinar and to receive a complimentary copy of Snapshot 2015.
Part of a series of giving trend reports issued by America's Charities since 2000, Snapshot 2015 revisits the transformation of employee engagement and explores how companies are responding to new employee expectations, particularly those of the Millennial workforce; the strategic role of employee volunteering; challenges and opportunities that digital culture presents; and increased demands to demonstrate impact and outcomes from corporate philanthropic investments.
The webcast on December 10th is free and open to corporate and nonprofit executives. It will be followed by a question and answer session.
Speakers will include Lynne Filderman and Steve Greenhalgh, senior advisors to America's Charities, and Heather Wright, director of Corporate Responsibility at PricewaterhouseCoopers U.S.
Snapshot 2015 findings were collected in the third quarter of 2015 from responses to an online survey of corporate executives from 120 unique companies, both large and small representing 600,000 employees and 17 industries. America's Charities has been conducting research on employee giving for a decade, and provides workplace giving and employee engagement services and solutions for employers and nonprofit organizations. Learn more about our work at www.charities.org.