Measuring the Benefits of Employee Volunteerism in Business-Education Partnerships as a Corporate Social Responsibility Strategy
Casino, Hospitality, and Tourism Management; Economic and Workforce Development
This paper discusses leveraging organizational competencies in hospitality management education through employee volunteerism in business-education partnerships, and the needs for partnership accountability and performance measures for continued investment from business partners. Study results of employee-volunteerism in a casino management business-education partnership suggest untapped corporate social responsibility for employers.
Journal on Business Review
Green, E. K.,
Gaudet, C. H.,
(2012). Measuring the Benefits of Employee Volunteerism in Business-Education Partnerships as a Corporate Social Responsibility Strategy. Journal on Business Review, 2(2), 91-97.
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