Being a Good Citizen is Good for Business

Being a Good Citizen Is Good for Employers and Workers

Being a good citizen is good for the community and your business.Being a good citizen is good for business — in more than one way. Last year, Harvard Business Review reported on the beneficial effects when employees engage in “citizenship behaviors.” That’s another way to say going above and beyond: “helping out coworkers, volunteering to take on special assignments, introducing new ideas and work practices, attending non-mandatory meetings, putting in extra hours to complete important projects, and so forth.”

Research has found that employees who voluntarily demonstrate citizenship behaviors tend to find their work more meaningful.

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5 Fun, Easy Employee Activities for Earth Day

Earth Day is April 22 — did it sneak up on you? No worries, we’ve got last-minute ideas for fun, easy employee activities for Earth Day!

Everyday employee engagement is built through rewarding, everyday activities.

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How B Corps Build Lasting Employee Engagement

Want to build sustainable, lasting employee engagement?

Incorporating or getting certified as a Benefit Corporation — or B Corp is trending among for-profit companies committed to high standards of social and environmental performance, accountability and transparency.

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Giving Back to the Community Builds Workplace Culture

Giving back to the community is an American business tradition. We value local businesses that support our communities – whether that’s providing t-shirts for the local baseball team, participating at the food bank or underwriting major capital funding projects.

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Make a Difference in Your Workplace — Say Thank You!

The only requirement for celebrating Make A Difference Day — coming up this Saturday, Oct. 25 — is to make a difference. It’s as simple as that!

Make A Difference Day is the perfect opportunity to come together with employees, coworkers, neighbors and friends to share gratitude and make a difference wherever needed.

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