Why a strong CSR program is key to attract and retain talent

A corporate social responsibility policy shows employees who you are, what you do, and (most importantly) what you value. With 64% of millennials considering a company’s social and environmental commitments when deciding where to work (and millennials now being the biggest group in the UK workforce), it’s crucial that you take the time to figure out your values as an organisation and understand how to implement them.

Take a look at onHand’s handbook on why it’s so important that employee wellbeing and happiness is at the forefront of your organisation’s priorities, how the working landscape has changed over the past couple of years, and how volunteering is key to achieving your CSR goals.

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To put it simply: a good CSR program is key to employee wellbeing, prioritised employee wellbeing leads to happier, more productive employees, and happier, more productive employees means you retain talent and attract new employees more effectively.

Download the handbook today to find out more about why a strong CSR program is key to attract and retain talent: https://www.beonhand.co.uk/why-a-strong-csr-program-is-key-to-attract-and-retain-talent