By Katherine V. Smith
Understanding your material issues is essential to corporate citizenship success
“If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.”—Albert Einstein What did Einstein mean by this? There have been two spins on... Read more
Employee engagement is key to company performance, leading to positive effects such as higher productivity, improved work quality, and decreased job turnover. Employees want to be involved in their work, enthusiastic about the organization they work for, and committed to their fellow workers. Yet less than a third of U.S. workers were engaged in their jobs in 2014, according to Gallup. Read more
Explore how companies are investing in corporate giving and employee volunteering.
[NEW RELEASE] The Corporate Citizen: Issue 16
Strong networks are the key to corporate citizenship success. Find examples of the miraculous results that can be achieved when we connect and learn from each other.
- ONLINE - Materiality: How to Determine what Matters to Corporate Citizenship Strategy and Reporting
JUN 27-AUG 5 - Online
- Corporate Citizenship Communications
SEP 7-9 - Chicago, IL
- Employee Volunteer Programs with Purpose
SEP 7-8 - Chicago, IL
Diversity & Inclusion
Diversity and inclusion is increasingly becoming a corporate citizenship and business imperative for all industries.