As a recent MIT Sloan research report showed, 57% of workers now consider ‘social business sophistication’ to be an important factor when choosing an employer making social good a powerful employee retention and recruiting tool. While companies are involved in social good activities aligning themselves with non-profits, causes and philanthropy, how do they increase employee communication and therefore, employee participation in company driven social good activities and events.
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