Engaging employees through corporate volunteering with Johnson & Johnson
Corporate volunteering is not new to Johnson & Johnson (J&J)—it’s part of their DNA. J&J’s employee engagement program, Talent for Good, is built on the principle that people want to engage and help their communities in different ways. In doing so, employees also have an opportunity to develop themselves. Through this program, J&J offers their employees a variety of opportunities to help, from field or hands-on volunteering to a multi-month secondment program, and now, remote skills-based volunteering too.
Watch this webinar to learn how you can elevate your employee engagement program!
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What you'll learn
With remote work growing over the past few months, skills-based volunteering provides the solution to engage with communities wherever you and your employees may be.
Join the webinar to learn from Emelie Dorlin about:
- The benefits of skills-based volunteering
- How these programs can fit into your current programs
- Results of an employee engagement program
- Advice for companies starting out a volunteering program
Using Talent for Good
For J&J, skills-based volunteering was a natural extension to their existing community impact initiatives. It offers a different way for their employees to contribute to their local communities, empowering them with choice. And with remote work growing over the past months, it’s a powerful way to have an impact from anywhere.
This webinar is for:
- HR professionals (managers, directors, C-Level)
- CSR professionals