Employee Giving Trends & Practices Are Evolving at a Very Rapid Pace. How Do You Stack Up?
By Sarah Ford on December 7, 2015
Two years ago, when America's Charities conducted research for Snapshot 2013, Trends and Strategies to Engage Employees in Greater Giving, companies indicated their employee-giving model included elements such as corporate branded campaigns, charity choice, and a time-limited fall campaign.
Snapshot 2013 also signaled the technological transformation of employee giving. Employees who had grown up as part of the networked and digital culture expected their workplace giving and volunteering experience to mirror what they had access to outside of the workplace. Consequently employers sought robust, engaging technology platforms that have continued to evolve and are now business as usual. Snapshot 2013 also noted that employee volunteerism was emerging and serving as the impetus for evolving corporate engagement strategies, employee involvement and personal as well as corporate impact.
How have these trends changed since 2013?
This Thursday, December 10th at 11:00 am ET, America's Charities will unveil findings from its new Snapshot 2015 report, The New Corporate DNA: Where Employee Engagement and Social Impact Converge, during a free webinar hosted by 3BL Media. Attendees of this webinar will receive a complimentary copy of Snapshot 2015.
Can't attend the webinar? Click here to sign-up to receive a copy of Snapshot 2015 and to receive a link to the recording of the webinar once it becomes available.