Charities@Work was pleased to present its 12th Annual Best Practices Summit on Employee Engagement in Corporate Citizenship on April 3-4, 2013. The theme for the 2013 Summit was Make it Matter. Attendees interacted with speakers from a variety of backgrounds, professions, and fields, all aiming to deliver key strategies for making employee engagement matter. Work teams, hands-on volunteering, peer-to-peer conversations, engagement labs and engagement tools all helped make the 2013 Summit something to remember. We were honored to have over 100 professionals join together to Make it Matter!
A peer-to-peer summit unlike other educational forums on employee engagement. Intelligent, dynamic and practical. I strongly recommend its content to both seasoned professionals and newcomers.
– Martha Field, Manager of Community Relations, Thomson Reuters
The Annual Charities@Work Summit is one of the country’s leading conferences on employee engagement. Attendees include Fortune 500 companies across all sectors of business, each with philanthropic and employee engagement programs of varying sophistication and a desire to collaborate on best practices for practical improvements. This year, the conference will be by invite only as we seek attendees who will bring unique experiences to each discussion. Design of the conference is supported by the Advisory Board, a collaboration of key thinkers in the field including Michael Carren,
Vice President and Director of Global Philanthropy at JPMorgan Chase.