How HR measures impact of corporate donations

Holyoke, Larry
June 1997
Workforce;Jun97, Vol. 76 Issue 6, p23
Presents a survey of the Conference Board on percentage of contributions managers who are making an effort to measure impact of corporate donations. Contribution managers' method of assessing the impact of their community service programs and donations to company's business goal; How the United Way company assesses its performance.


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