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5 Hallmarks of Good Giving for Business Benefit

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ChristopherJames
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Re: Giving Back
ChristopherJames   9/12/2018 3:12:21 AM
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First impression applies not only to individuals but for companies as well especially those large corporations. People would obviously prefer to work for a company that is willing to do their bit for the community. Regardless of how accomplished a company is, it really does not create a huge impact without their bit towards the community. People need to know that they are working for a company that has the well-being of others at heart so indirectly it means that the company would treat its employees good too.

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septic cleaing   11/14/2017 4:58:47 PM
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I totally agree with importance of business owners and their staffs contributing in activities outside the company to benefit the area in which them live and the community at large.  This gives the company the benefit of helping others while people actually get to do things for the community that helps it to improve.  It also gets the employees to work together in other activities other than their normal jobs and boosters good relationship within the company. As an owner for a septic cleaning company, I feel it is important to have employees routinely break away from their normal duties and help the community with different projects throughout the year. 



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