Timberland, Patagonia, Intel and GE are showing how US companies can engage workers in their core missions

Corporate social responsibility in the US has traditionally been about philanthropy, with employees encouraged to do volunteering on company time to “give something back” to local communities. But the approach of engaging employees to promote a company’s corporate sustainability strategy is starting to gain ground as US companies see...

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Timberland  Patagonia  Intel  GE  Fossil Group  Employee engagement 

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