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Creating a Culture of Thanks
While many great companies know that it’s better to give to their employees and the communities than to receive, how de they go about creating a culture that promotes being thankful? Below are this Chick’s picks for great companies creating a culture of thanks:
- Nice Grants at SmallBox– Sounds nice, right? Well the people over at SmallBox thought so too and that’s why this company awards a no-strings attached grant to community members doing great things.
- Recruit 4 Cause – Aligning HR and social causes, this job opportunity website serves both for-profit and non-profit organizations. Recruit 4 Cause is committed to allocating 10% of the cost from each job posting to their charitable partner. The company posting the job has the ability to select the charitable partner it would like to donate to.
- Hunger at SendGrid – Hunger, one of the 4H corporate values at SendGrid, isn’t celebrated only on Thanksgiving; it’s celebrated daily with lots of company provided food, charitable contributions and seeking personal and professional development outside of work.
- Project Blight – Quicken Loans CEO, Dan Gilbert, is creating a task force to eliminate Detroit’s blight. All of it. #opportunitydetroit
Know of any great companies out there that create a year round culture of thanks? Holla!