Using an Employee-centric Approach to Select Your CSR Partner - Workday

March 19, 2018 Benevity, Inc

Diana Fischer, Senior Manager, Global Impact at Workday, knew her company's people had a "widespread cultural love of giving". But their manual CSR process limited Workday's ability to evolve their organic program and scale it to engage a growing global team.

In this webinar hosted by Maryann Fiala of ACCP (Association of Corporate Citizenship Professionals), Diana shares how approaching the selection process through the lens of employee experience was vital to finding the right CSR partner to empower all of their people to be part of their giving and social impact movement.

Interested in more insight on finding the right partner?

Hear from Nike on their lessons learned in finding a partner to enable them to evolve their program.

And here are 10 Critical Questions to Ask Your Potential CSR Program Partner to help you identify a partner who'll provide the support you desire and empower your company to be an even greater force for social change.

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