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Research on workplace giving highlighting key success factors and business benefits


JB Hi-Fi BUSINESS BENEFITS RESEARCH: Staff Giving Stay Longer


Young Australians – Motivations for Workplace Giving Report

In 2013 The Australian Charities Fund (ACF) launched a major piece of research to effectively support the business case or Workplace Giving. Titled Engagement: Recognising the value of Workplace Giving the research demonstrated clear evidence that people involved in Workplace Giving are more engaged and motivated towards their employer.


Workplace Giving: Business and Employee Insights (2014)

A national survey conducted by AskU occurred in April and May 2014. The results support previous research findings conducted over the years and highlight the willingness of working Australians to give through the workplace and the imperative role businesses and leaders play.


ENGAGEMENT: Recognising the value of workplace giving Research Report (2013)

Ground-breaking new research from The Australian Charities Fund and the Centre for Social Impact reveals clear evidence that people involved in workplace giving are more engaged and motivated towards their employer.


Cutting to the Heart of Workplace Giving Research Report (2010)

The first qualitative and quantitative research study in Australia focused on understanding how to connect with and engage employees for better community outcomes.


The Giving Business (Research 2009)

The aim of this research is to stimulate debate on the level of giving in Australia, and to encourage greater participation by business in establishing and promoting payroll giving programs by illuminating key success factors and business benefits.