Top 5 “Volunteering is CSR” Posts from the Past 5 Years

18. December 2015 Inspiration 0
A Look Back at the Top Volunteering is CSR Posts
A Look Back…

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is changing fast. In a short amount of time, it’s shifted from a nice-to-have add-on to a must-have integrated feature of a successful business.

At VolunteerMatch, we’ve been talking CSR, specifically volunteerism’s role in CSR, for a long time. This particular blog, titled “Volunteering is CSR” dates back to 2009.

That left us wondering. Are the older posts on this blog still relevant today? Which articles stand the test of time and are still being read now? Which articles have been the most popular over the years?

We’ve compiled a list of some of the most popular posts from this blog that have stood the test of time. These are the posts we still see people reading, sharing, and linking back to. These are some of the most widely read posts of this blog’s history. They range from a publish date of just one year ago to five years ago, from serious topics to flat-out fun ideas, from practical steps to inspirational thoughts.

Enjoy this look back with us!

5. TEDx and Creativity: How to Transform Corporate Culture
A summary of a TEDx talk by Catherine Courage on transforming corporate culture through encouraging creativity.

4. How Corporate Volunteer Programs Increase Employee Engagement
A well-run employee volunteer program has a number of business benefits – here are just a few ways volunteering helps keep your employees engaged

3. If You Build It, They Will Come: How to Start Up a Volunteer Group with Little Time and Resources, and A Lot of Good
With a simple goal to encourage Kia’s 500+ employees to serve the community, a group of 10 employees formed “Kia In Action Volunteer Committee”.

2. 21 Ideas for Re-Purposing All Those Volunteer Event T-Shirts
For those with years of volunteering under their belts, you’ve probably got a drawer full of t-shirts – what is to be the fate of these wearable certificates of community involvement?

1. The “Why” Behind Employee Time Off
What are the benefits of having a Volunteer Time Off (VTO) policy at your company? Check out the data that shows why your business should jump on board with this growing trend.

Keep an eye out in the next few weeks as we count down the 15 most popular posts of 2015!

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