Our 2021 State of Employee Engagement pays particular attention to the impact that purpose-based programs have on the employee experience.
The challenges facing the world today are complex and far-reaching. For your company’s workforce, solutions may feel out of reach. Now is the time to build a culture of highly engaged employees who give their time, talent, and treasure to their community. From volunteering, community engagement, and civic participation, to giving and grants management, WeSpire’s platform helps to realize every employees’ power to do good.
Shaping a collective sense of purpose for your employees strengthens your company’s core social values. The Social Impact module supports employee giving and volunteering, alongside disaster response and assistance, and has a strong alignment with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
What kind of social impact can your company have?
A cross-sectoral approach to social impact provides an opportunity for employees to connect their work to impact. Research shows that employees with a sense of impact from their workplace have increased productivity as well as more resilient mental and physical wellbeing.
With Wespire’s platform, employees can give and volunteer together. Companies can match their workforce to opportunities based on location, skills needed, and mission. And employees can register and attend volunteering and community events, both in person and virtual, with ease. Rich reporting and analytics align social impact with revenue, so companies can meaningfully measure and communicate the impact of their workforce.
Giving, Grants Management, Employee Assistance Funds
Volunteering and Events Management
Quantify Corporate Social Responsibility Impact
More Insights on Improving Social Impact
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