Managing an effective employee volunteer program brings many benefits to your organization, including building a collaborative, positive work environment with engaged employees who have high morale and confidence in your company. But if you’re not actively measuring and tracking the outcomes of the program itself, you’re missing an opportunity to reap the many additional benefits that come from accurate measurement—such as giving employees recognition for their hard work; facilitating more informed, data-driven decision making; a better ability to tell your story to the communities you serve; etc. We have some best practices for realizing those benefits through effective tracking and reporting of your program’s impact, including:
- Understand the goals of your program
- Measure program ROI for board reporting
- Measure quantitative social impact
- Measure qualitative social impact
- Measure employee satisfaction
Visit our website to download our free article Why It’s Important to Track the Results of Your Employee Volunteer Program, and How to Do It where we’ll expand on each of these points. You can also learn more about the MicroEdge AngelPoints Volunteering solution.