Human Capital Management

Human Capital Management

March 21, 2012

Cornerstone OnDemand Offers Cloud Solutions for Corporate Philanthropy

Conerstone OnDemand recently announced the commencement of Cornerstone Volunteer Management, the first software suite with an explicit compassion for humanity.

Volunteerism is on the rise, according to the press announcement, and now is the time to optimize on the sudden surge of altruism in the workplace. Matching selfless employees to causes for which they are best suited, scheduling events around work and managing the overall community involvement system of the corporation used to be very complicated. Conerstone Volunteer Management simplifies it so that nothing can keep corporations from their philanthropic goals for the community.

The volunteer software configures the time each employee is willing to spend on volunteer service and assesses experience and skills in order to match the employee to a suitable event. Conerstone also posts upcoming opportunities and provides detailed reports about past charitable events through the capabilities of cloud-based talent management software.

Supporting the non-profits is good for business. Reports indicate that employees are likely to feel a sense of loyalty towards their employers, and the skill assessment conducted when assigning volunteers to various causes provides employers with insight of the unique skill-set of the volunteer.

“Corporate social responsibility and community involvement are increasingly important to companies and their employees,” company officials said. “Our work with the non-profit community, combined with our on-going dialogue with the CSR (News - Alert) leaders of our enterprise clients, enabled us to recognize the unmet need for both non-profits and corporations to effectively manage volunteer programs. Our volunteer management solution will allow for skills-based volunteer matching, more effectively empowering volunteers and non-profit organizations alike.”

Cornerstone understands the social responsibility of corporations perhaps more than others. They created the software, after all.

Edited by Braden Becker

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