Hands Up For Volunteering
A recent study conducted by Macquarie Graduate School of Management showed that Corporate volunteering improves employee satisfaction, retention and engagement.
Corporate volunteers were very satisfied with their volunteering experience (83% satisfied), very likely to continue (87%), and very likely to recommend it to their friends (75%). The most common barriers were ‘not being asked’ (38%), ‘being too busy (36%), preferring to volunteer privately (31%), and preferring to donate money than to volunteer (21%).
I presume “I don’t care” and “I can’t be bothered” weren’t provided as options. Therein lies yet another failing of surveys and prompted responses.
Posted on November 25, 2013, in Employee Engagement, Influence, Leadership, Motivating Employees, Motivation, Personal Productivity, Team Building, Teams, Workplace Of Choice and tagged Brain Based Boss, employee engagement, team building, Volunteering, Volunteers. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.