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Mapping Success In Employee Volunteering

Mapping Success In Employee Volunteering

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Chris Jarvis and Angela Parker acted as advisers for this Report. "A new Boston College Center report sponsored by Bank of America answers the call for evidence-based guidance on generating high-impact employee volunteering. “Mapping Success in Employee Volunteering: The Drivers of Effectiveness for Employee Volunteering and Giving Programs and Fortune 500 Performance” presents two benchmarks to guide community involvement professionals on achieving high impact through employee volunteering: * An absolute benchmark corresponding to the “ideal” program: The Drivers of Effectiveness for Employee Volunteering and Giving Programs are composed of the six practices that, according to research, generate community and company impact. * A relative benchmark corresponding to peer programs: A survey of more than 200 Fortune 500 companies reports collective compliance with the drivers and identifies best practices from high-performing companies such as Aetna, Deloitte, Disney, Eli Lilly, IBM, Kraft, Lockheed Martin, Marriott, McKesson, Symantec, The Estée Lauder Companies and many others."

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