4 benefits of implementing a corporate social responsibility program

Create a lasting impact on your community, your organization and your employees

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If you’ve considering taking on a fundraising, public health or scholarship initiative, these benefits of engaging in more responsible business practices will become apparent quickly:

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1. You’ll bring employees together

A CSR program might seem to affect only your organization and the cause you’re passionate about, but it can also have a positive impact on your workforce. Developing a volunteer program, for example, can get your employees involved in the community and help them get to know each other outside of the workplace.

An infographic created by Officevibe shows that employees are more engaged when they have friends at work. A volunteer program is a great way to provide a bonding experience for new and seasoned employees alike, especially those who may have relocated for their current position in your organization.

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