Not just giving

Syedain, Hashi
April 2010
People Management;4/8/2010, p22
The article focuses on workplace volunteering as a result of high unemployment, government promotion and the rise of the corporate social responsibility agenda. Volunteering England claims that volunteer centers in Great Britain are 30 percent higher in 2008 to 2009. According to research conducted by Social Investment Consultancy, people think that although corporate donations to charity are expected to decrease as a result of the recession, organizations should increase other forms of help such as employee volunteering.


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