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IT Volunteerism

By Edward Cone  |  Posted 09-10-2008 Print

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FINDING 2
IT Volunteerism Benefits the Company, Not Staff
However much they may value such opportunities, volunteer programs don't contribute much to IT professionals' company loyalty. Managers see the benefits of such programs much more in company image, teamwork and productivity. They're more like medicine than candy to staff; perhaps, that's why the CIO is not known to be particularly supportive of volunteerism.



 

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