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We know how busy the summer months can be — employees are out on vacation, the kids are out of school, and the weather keeps getting nicer, but that doesn’t mean your employee engagement programs have to suffer.
65 percent of employed Americans are sports fans; meaning sports are an important part of your workforce’s lives. Take this common interest into consideration when developing employee engagement programs!
Whether you are trying to attract and retain millennials, help employees develop their skills, strengthen your corporate culture, or do all of the above, corporate volunteering can help you hit your goals.
Our newest case study demonstrates how Bentall Kennedy, one of North America’s largest real estate investment and services firms, leveraged the WeSpire platform to engage its tenants in its #WeAreAllWildlife campaign with World Wildlife Fund Canada.
A recent Gallup study found that 94 percent of employees believe it is important for companies to not just be profitable, but be mindful of their impact on the environment and society. The month of October provides your organization with the opportunity to make a positive impact while further instilling a sense of confidence in your stakeholders.
According to our research, 20 percent of respondents say they don’t participate in employee engagement programs because they’re not passionate about the programs that are offered.
Today WeSpire released its survey report, The Driving Forces of Employee Engagement. The survey explores the relationship between formal employee engagement programming and employee satisfaction and engagement levels.
Corporate social and environmental initiatives are quickly moving from a nice to have to a must have. A recent study done by Cone Communications found that 51 percent of employees won’t even work for a company that isn’t committed to improving their social and environmental efforts.