2011 Deloitte Volunteer IMPACT Survey
Survey offers new insights into volunteerism's connection to employee engagement and perceptions of positive corporate culture
New research from Deloitte suggests a powerful link between volunteerism and several drivers of employee perceptions of positive corporate culture. At a time when one-third of millennial employees are considering other career options, these findings may offer new insights about a powerful way to engage workers in that age group.
- Two times more likely to rate their corporate culture as very positive as compared to millennials who rarely or never volunteer (56 percent versus 28 percent)
- More likely to be very proud to work for their company (55 percent versus 36 percent)
- More likely to feel very loyal toward their company (52 percent versus 33 percent)
- Nearly twice as likely to be very satisfied with the progression of their career (37 percent versus 21 percent)"
- 2011 Deloitte Volunteer IMPACT Survey
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|Executive Summary: 2011 Deloitte Volunteer IMPACT Survey
New research quantifies the connection between workplace volunteerism and several drivers of perceptions of positive corporate culture, among millennials.
|Press Release: Deloitte Survey Finds Workers Who Frequently Volunteer Are Happier with Career Progression
The 2011 survey reveals that millennials who frequently participate in workplace volunteer activities are more likely to be proud, loyal and satisfied employees, as compared to those who rarely or never volunteer.
|Deloitte Volunteer Research Series: Advancing the Field
The 2011 Deloitte Volunteer IMPACT Survey is the eighth in an annual series which is a key component of Deloitte's commitment to building the business case for, and advancing the dialogue about, corporate community involvement.
|Spokesperson: Evan Hochberg
Evan Hochberg leads National Community Involvement at Deloitte, providing strategic direction for philanthropy, volunteerism, pro-bono and workplace giving.