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Visit.org’s Five-Star Event Facilitation Team

Athena Hellmann
According to a study conducted by Upwork, it is predicted that 36.2 million workers or 22% of Americans will be working remotely by the year 2025. That’s why now, more than ever, business leaders are faced with the challenges of engaging their teams with meaningful experiences, no matter where the...Read more
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Corporate Partners, corporate social responsibility, remote volunteering, team building activities, virtual volunteering, Volunteer Experience

Onsemi Employees Volunteer Through Visit.org During Global Virtual Volunteerism Week

For the second time this year, onsemi employees will be engaging in virtual volunteer and team building activities for many causes through Visit.org. The onsemi global team will be making an impact on: Women & Girls onsemi employees are participating in multiple virtual activities that benefit w...Read more
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Corporate Partners, corporate social responsibility

ON Semiconductor Partners with Visit.org for National Volunteer Week 2021

Pauline Lacanilao Arnould
In observance of National Volunteer Week (April 18-24), employees from ON Semiconductor, a leading  supplier of innovative semiconductor-based products and solutions, will be gathering online to participate in Visit.org’s remote giving back experiences. Employee volunteers in the United States an...Read more
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Why We Chose To Be  A B Corp

Workers and consumers alike are looking for a better way to do business. It’s not just about the bottom line, the biggest salary, or the best deal — it’s about the impact made on the community and planet That’s why BLab created Certified B Corporations. What is a B Corporation? B...Read more
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