06 Jun '11, 4pm

Survey finds #millennials more likely to want to benefit professionally from #volunteering. #NCVS #in

NEW YORK, Jun. 03 /CSRwire/ - A new Deloitte survey reveals that millennials who frequently participate in workplace volunteer activities are far more likely to be proud, loyal and satisfied employees compared to those who rarely or never volunteer. The eighth annual Deloitte Volunteer IMPACT Survey reveals that, compared to those who rarely or never volunteer, millennials who frequently participate in their company's employee volunteer activities are: Twice as likely to rate their corporate culture as very positive (56 percent versus 28 percent); More likely to be very proud to work for their company (55 percent versus 36 percent); More likely to feel very loyal toward their company (52 percent versus 33 percent); Nearly twice as likely to be very satisfied with the progression of their career (37 percent versus 21 percent); More likely to be very satisfied with their emp...

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