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Employees Love Working from Home. But Are They Engaged?

Ryan Scott

We live in an era of increased telecommuting, and employees love it that way. Global Analytics Workplace estimates that roughly 3.7 million employees (2.8% of the workforce) now work from home at least half the time, 50% of the US workforce holds a job that is compatible with at least partial telework and approximately 20-25% of the workforce teleworks at some frequency

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How a Culture of Giving Back Inspires Something Better than Engagement

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A culture of giving back is not only one of the most inspiring ways to engage employees, it also offers something even better than engagement: worker passion.

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Stats You Need to Know about Employee Donation Matching Programs

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Matching gifts are often the best kept secret at companies across the country.

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Is Your City One of the Top Ten for Most Engaged Employees?

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Employee engagement firm Quantum Workplace recently issued its annual report on employee engagement, and the results are interesting for anyone curious about how their city stacks up as a building ground for employee engagement.

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Shopping for a Volunteer and Giving Platform? Here’s Why it Matters.

Ryan Scott

 In increasing numbers, business leaders understand that corporate volunteer and giving programs are an essential part of their organization’s overall CSR efforts. But many don’t fully grasp the significant bottom line benefits of these programs. 

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The 12 Elements of Employee Engagement

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It’s been four years since Gallup last issued a State of the American Workplace report, so its 2017 report was met with anticipation by anyone who cares about the employee experience and employee engagement. Using data collected from more than 195,600 U.S. employees in 2015 and 2016, Gallup created its third iteration of this report, which was first issued in 2010.

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Give Globally, Ignore Locally?

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As more employees are giving back at work, companies have the responsibility and opportunity to help steer donations to chosen causes. The consequence of these choices is not always apparent, but for Silicon Valley companies a recent report lays bare exactly what’s at stake.

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Investing in the Employee Experience Pays Off

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Over the past decade, companies have increased their focus on and investments in employee engagement. But engagement levels across the world have stagnated or are on the decline. Why?

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How a Culture of Good Delivers Impact and Profits

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Scott Moorehead had a problem.

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Crowdfunding Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

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With funding cuts looming for the arts in general and PBS in particular, leaders of cultural organizations have had to get extremely creative about how to keep the lights on.

So PBS executives have decided to host a charity telethon for itself. But instead of Jerry Lewis standing before a bank of phones, PBS is bringing us Mister Rogers in an online streaming marathon with automated giving technology. The beloved children’s show is now hard to find on most PBS stations, so generations of adults who fondly remember the man in the cardigan can now tune into Mister Rogers Neighborhood and introduce their kids to an old, comforting friend. PBS hopes that the nostalgic experience will translate into donations.

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Causecast powers the world’s most innovative workplace giving and volunteering programs, helping leading brands attract, retain and inspire talent, while driving change through meaningful cause engagement. In 2017 our blog was honored for CSR by PR News.

 

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