Employers seeking to advise employees that they will match donations provided to charitable organizations and activities should consider including this model policy statement in their handbook.
An employer may use this policy to inform employees whether, how and under what circumstances an employer will contribute to charities. Giving campaigns can be part of a branding or marketing effort and further or broaden the organization's existing goals, as well as have a positive impact on employee relations, morale, and the community.
This section helps HR professionals minimize the risk of liability at employer-sponsored charitable and social events and protect against common risks, including sexual harassment claims, wage and hour claims by nonexempt employees, liability for alcohol related incidents and workers' compensation claims.
This section shows HR professionals how to make the business case for the value of diversity and inclusion initiatives. It also illustrates how to create a workplace culture that values differences among employees while providing them with an equal opportunity for success.
HR and legal considerations for employers regarding corporate social responsibility (CSR).