Good Business, Good Deeds

Research shows that companies who encourage employee volunteerism get more than they give.

In fact, employee volunteerism can improve staff morale, better office relationships, increase productivity and raise job satisfaction. Studies also show that companies with volunteer programs have higher staff retention rates and are more attractive to people seeking employment.

Employee volunteerism can also serve as a chance for staff to learn new skills and develop leadership potenital. In fact, 91% of Fortune 500 company human resource managers felt volunteerism built necessary skills among their employees.

Help your community. Help your business. Start an employee volunteer program today.