Three key considerations to put social impact at the core of your employee engagement programme

https://www.alliancemagazine.org/blog/three-key-considerations-to-put-social-impact-at-the-core-of-your-employee-engagement-programme/

Participants

  • Lonneke Roza
    Role: Faculty
    Reference type: Co-written by

Media outlets

  • alliance magazine (Online)

Description

Almost 94 per cent of the biggest European companies offer their employees company time to volunteer, but too often the conversation about employee engagement in corporate social initiatives is about the ‘business case’. An article co-written by Lonneke Roze of RSM talks about how these programmes contribute to employee professional development, their commitment towards the company and talent recruitment and retention.

Almost 94 per cent of the biggest European companies offer their employees company time to volunteer, but too often the conversation about employee engagement in corporate social initiatives is about the ‘business case’. An article co-written by Lonneke Roze of RSM talks about how these programmes contribute to employee professional development, their commitment towards the company and talent recruitment and retention.