Tim Cook, Apple Inc., CEO
Getting involved in corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs goes beyond just doing the right thing. It can also help restore trust in business, improve diversity and inclusion, and help attract, retain, engage, and train employees. As a result, corporate philanthropy and HR are becoming more closely intertwined, especially as organizations increase pro bono volunteer projects, immersive service learning programs, and service corps. Of course, getting employees involved in your CSR programs is much easier than it used to be, especially with millennials, who want to work for a company with purpose.
When 101 practitioners and experts met to talk about corporate philanthropy, we took notes. Here are the highlights:
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