Framing Social Impact Measurement: CHRO Implications

There is no shortage of evidence to suggest that the future workforce wants to be part of a responsible, community-oriented company. Corporate philanthropy, particularly with regard to volunteering and matching-gift programs, is a big part of that. But it might not be enough to just provide the opportunities—young people want evidence of impact. For human resources professionals, impact often comes in the form of social outcomes, talent development, and business value. Measuring these effectively could mean more successful employee engagement.

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