Volunteerism builds critical business skills

Elswick, Jill
May 2004
Employee Benefit News;May2004, Vol. 18 Issue 6, p52
Discusses the use of strategic volunteerism in business strategies of companies in the U.S. Increase in volunteer ranks according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics; Percentage of workers that reported their employer provides formal volunteerism program in 2003; Overview of the definition given by Dave Remick corporation services manager for the organization Greater D.C. Cares. INSET: Ensuring success.


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