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All things Corporate Social Responsiblity, especially small businesses

 
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We focus on creating outstanding Employee Volunteer Programs. We will pr...

 


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      “Volunteerism is a source of community strength, resilience, solidarity and social cohesion. It brings positive social change by fostering respect for diversity, equality and the participation of all. It is among society’s m...

Did you know whilst the world goes to hell in a handbasket à la Trump, Brexit, ISIS, all reality tv, plastic microbeads et al, there is actually a plan to counteract much of humanity’s blatant disregard for our planet and respect for each othe...

29 arms of recycling innovation robot beautifully presented (of course) and they call it Liam? Only in the world of Apple. Whilst hastily allowing myself to lose all focus on the writing I should have been doing today I jumped at the chance to join @...

Sometimes projects appear like rabbits being pulled from a magician’s hat. You’re led to think there’s nothing in there and then hey presto, a cute ball of fluff gets dragged out by the ears. Usually though, you plan like crazy,...

We seldom realise how far we have come until we stop, breathe and look back. Ever tried learning to play a musical instrument, run a big race, or even watched a child grow? The daily changes are imperceptible, despite any volume of effort expended, u...

As companies are maturing in their understanding of strategic and impactful employee volunteering and giving programs, they are learning to ask better questions. For Realized Worth, the scale has tipped. The pile of questions we’ve received in rece...

Corporate volunteering has the potential to engage employees; yet most programs struggle to build basic awareness and participation, let alone create meaningful engagement. Here’s why. By Chris Jarvis Impact is not the same as engagement Despite th...