Take Employee Engagement to the MAT with Employee Giving
By Jim Starr on November 9, 2016
Are you going to the mat with your employee engagement strategy?
“88% of employers believe effective employee engagement programs help attract and retain employees,” according to America’s Charities’ Snapshot 2015 report. Yet employee engagement remains one of the biggest HR related challenges employers face.
While there is no universal consensus on how companies can achieve high engagement, one thing we do know is employees expect their employers to be socially responsible and according to a Cone Communications study on Millennial employee engagement, “Not only do Millennials want to hear what their employers are doing to be more responsible, they want to be co-creators and facilitators of CSR solutions.” Employers trying to overcome the challenges of engaging employees need look no further than workplace giving and volunteerism. One of the six top trends uncovered in Snapshot 2015 is that employee giving and volunteer programs serve as an on-ramp to full employee engagement.
But how exactly can your organization accomplish this?
Watch this webinar, where I present in detail:
- Trends in employee giving and volunteering,
- The basic foundations and building blocks for a successful employee giving effort,
- Specific strategies and tactics required to have a wildly successful program,
- Three basic moves to take employee giving to the MAT (Motivating, Asking and Thanking your employees), and
- Success metrics to measure your results and continue growing your program.
Click here for access to the webinar. Because this webinar was hosted by Lorman, you can also gain CPE, HRPD, SHRM, NASBA, or HR Certification Institute credit.
President and CEO, America's Charities
Jim Starr is President and CEO of America’s Charities. As an accomplished leader with more than 25 years of experience and a proven track record in the nonprofit and healthcare sectors, Jim has served in national and field executive leadership roles with multi-million dollar revenue and expense targets. He has led efforts to bring corporations and nonprofits together in meaning and impactful ways. He also brings a wealth of experience in strategic planning, business development, and partnerships. Read more and connect with Jim.