corporate social responsibility

Now's the Time to Plan Your Holiday CSR Program

Now's the Time to Plan Your Holiday CSR Program

It may only be the beginning of August, but now is the perfect time to plan your holiday corporate social responsibility programs, especially if you’re adamant about getting to volunteer with a specific nonprofit or at a specific time — those happy hour volunteer spots fill up fast!

Inspire Resellers to Live Your Corporate Message

Inspire Resellers to Live Your Corporate Message

Social impact programs can bring people together, especially at annual conference where it can be used to build a connection between meeting attendees, between attendees and the brand, and between attendees and the local community where the conference takes place.

Finding the Holy Grail: Authentic Engagement

Finding the Holy Grail: Authentic Engagement

Corporate social responsibility, once a feel-good practice that company leaders thought had no ‘hard’ benefits has become a full-fledged industry over the past decade. And the economy is beginning to recognize that this isn’t just a fringe movement or an idealistic trend. This shift is real, permanent, and growing.

Use Give Back Programs for Vendor & Supplier Meetings

Use Give Back Programs for Vendor & Supplier Meetings

Last week, AMEX Global Business Travel's vendors and suppliers contributed to Toronto non-profits through a one-hour activity that included making blankets, building art kits, and packing food bags.

Impact 2030: Reaching the UN's Sustainable Development Goals

Impact 2030: Reaching the UN's Sustainable Development Goals

IMPACT 2030, a private sector-led initiative that works in collaboration with the United Nations,  is leveraging human capital investments through global employee volunteer programs to advance the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. 

Each Social Impact Initiative Has Three Stakeholders; Serve Each of Them

Each Social Impact Initiative Has Three Stakeholders; Serve Each of Them

Whenever a corporation decides that it wants to encourage employees to volunteer through service days, it's important to appeal to all stakeholders — the employees (volunteers) and the non-profit —while being true to the company brand.

Build Pride to Increase Employee Engagement

Build Pride to Increase Employee Engagement

Engaged employees are optimistic about their company's future, agree with its mission statement, and believe the company is impacting the world for good.

Planning Corporate Volunteer Activities: Two Common Misconceptions

Planning Corporate Volunteer Activities: Two Common Misconceptions

Tasked with planning a volunteer outing? We walk you through the two common misconceptions: It's Easy - It's too Hard.  And, how to deal with both.