(3BL Media) Alexandria, VA – April 12, 2012 – Global Impact, whose mission is to assure help for the world’s most vulnerable people, announced today the results of its 2012 employee engagement survey. Global Impact raises funds for critical humanitarian needs around the world.
The survey is based on The Conference Board Employee Engagement Barometer™, which calculates the emotional, rational and behavioral aspects of employee engagement. Global Impact achieved a remarkable 90 percent response rate in its survey.
- 79 percent of employees are proud to work at Global Impact
- 76 percent say their job gives them a sense of accomplishment
- 86 percent say their job is interesting
- 87 percent of employees are either engaged or highly engaged in their work
“Engaged employees are more customer-focused, more productive and have a higher likelihood to stay with a company,” stated Renée Acosta, President, Global Impact. “For Global Impact, this high level of engaged staff means increased funds are raised for the people who need it most.”
Global Impact’s practices result in a series of awards and recognition, including Charity Navigator’s Four-Star Rating for six consecutive years, a distinction held by only three percent of charities, and Seal Holder status from the Better Business Bureau Wise Giving Alliance for the seventh consecutive year for meeting each of the 20 standards for charity accountability.
About Global Impact
Global Impact raises funds to meet critical humanitarian needs around the world. Global Impact raises funds for 62 U.S.-based international charities through innovative partnerships and employee giving programs and provides solutions to meet the unique giving needs of organizations and donors. Additionally, Global Impact distributes charitable donations for some of America’s top corporations and manages two of the world’s largest workplace giving campaigns: the Combined Federal Campaign of the National Capital Area and the Combined Federal Campaign-Overseas. Since 1956, Global Impact has generated more than $1.4 billion to assure help for the world’s most vulnerable people.