People-Powered Global Goodness Programs - Visa

April 27, 2018

Harness the Power of Employee Ambassadors

Although her company had already gone global with their CSR program, Visa's Katherine Naszradi, Manager, Social Impact, suspected there was room for even greater participation. She discovered that by harnessing the passion and skills of their employees across their 79 worldwide offices, the company's employee engagement program could be more culturally relevant and inclusive for all employees, no matter their location.

By developing employee ambassadors and leveraging the Benevity platform, Visa nearly doubled their volunteer hours in just ten months—going from 18,000 hours of volunteer service to 35,000 hours!

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