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67% of volunteer program participants experienced increased job satisfaction compared to 62% satisfaction rate of all employees before the volunteering program was in place.2
91% of HR managers believed that contributing expertise to a not-for-profit organisation could further develop an employee's skills.3
51% of employees believed that an employee volunteering program was the greatest contribution a company could make to a not-for-profit organisation, with only 37% stating financial donations.1
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It is well documented that corporate volunteering programs can improve a company's profile. The Centre for Volunteering (2008) found that in most companies surveyed, community relations were improved, the company's image was enhanced, and the program assisted the company to implement its core mission. The State of Corporate Citizenship in the United States (2009) by the Hitachi Foundation and Boston College Centre for Corporate Citizenship links business reputation to the bottom line.
Large companies, in particular, indicated that employee volunteering programs could positively affect public relations, branding and reputation.