Tag Archives: corporate responsibility

Attract Top Talent. Do Work That Matters.

Today’s post is brought to you by our guest blogger, Steve Anderson, Cofounder of Snapifeye. Millennials care about their ability to make an impact. Beyond the basic need to maintain their family and financial security, they want work that matters. In a recent survey by the non-profit, Net Impact, Millennials expressed more interest in making […]

Profit’s Not Always the Point

This inspiring TED Talk encourages companies to do good. A sustainable business is a successful business.

What Questions Should A Candidate Ask In An Interview?

You sit in an interview and answer every question the interviewer asks you with thought and precision. Now the last question has been answered, and the interviewer turns the table to you and asks if you have any questions. Now’s your chance! Now’s the time to dive into what it’s really like to work there. […]

We Heart Radio

Our local radio station was hosting a fundraising drive the other week. Milwaukee’s very own 88.9, Radio Milwaukee, is a public station that always has the listeners in mind. So when they asked their listeners to step up and donate, we couldn’t resist! We love the station – so we hopped on board the volunteer […]

Every Day Is Veteran’s Day

Veteran’s Day rolls around once a year, every November 11. But instead of only taking the time to remember the men and women who risk their lives and livelihood only one day a year – we’d like to extend our thanks and gratitude to every day. And Starbucks is thanking veterans in very special ways. Starbucks […]

What Does Corporate Responsibility Mean To You?

Companies’ anti-hunger efforts don’t address the roots of food poverty | The Guardian This article from The Guardian makes a thought-provoking argument. It says that many large companies who proclaim they give away millions of dollars to charity, yet don’t pay their employees enough, miss the point on corporate responsibility. Take, for example, McDonalds. The […]

Buy A Pair, Give a Pair

Warby Parker is a fashion brand with a business model for philanthropy. The eyewear company commits to the philosophy: do good. The company tenaciously adheres to this philosophy of doing good in many ways, from its ‘buy a pair, give a pair’ program to its carbon-neutral production of glasses. Warby Parker proudly represents a growing […]

Clif Bar’s Project 2080 Turns Work Hours Into Service Hours

2,080 hours. The number of hours in one year a person works full-time, and the minimum number of hours employees at Clif Bar & Company collectively volunteer each year. Project 2080 challenges Clif Bar & Company employees to set aside a few hours a year of their job to dedicate time volunteering for their favorite […]

The 1% Pledge

Serve. Volunteer. Make a difference. The online community Good.is is asking you to pledge 20 hours of your year to volunteering. The Good Jobs employees have made the pledge! Will your company ask you to do the same?