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When it comes to employee engagement, businesses are grappling with the challenge of how to best engage Millennials, the largest generation in the U.S. labor force, in purposeful and rewarding work.
Diversity isn’t the easiest topic to talk about, especially at work, but not having these conversations could be damaging to the success of your business.
As we reflect back on 2016, we want to applaud the countless organizations who committed to their ambitious sustainability and engagement goals this past year. As we ring in the New Year we are confident that together we can continue to have a lasting impact on the world around us.
The millennial generation – those born between the 1980’s and the year 2000 – are often boiled down to talkers, techies, and social media gurus. However, they are considerably more complex than often given credit for, and they’re entering the workforce at an exponential rate.
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.
Organizations who make a positive impact, are creating not just economic value, but offering great places to work, being good neighbors, and helping to solve some of the world’s biggest challenges.
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.
Earlier this month we asked a group of business leaders from a variety of industries, to share their thoughts on our blog post, 10 Things Millennials Look for in an Employer.