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    Corporate-Sponsored Volunteering: A Work Design Perspective. [REVIEW]Karl Pajo & Louise Lee - 2011 - Journal of Business Ethics 99 (3):467 - 482.
    This study explored employee perceptions of participation in a corporate-sponsored volunteer initiative. Drawing on both questionnaire and focus group data, this study reaffirms the importance of altruistic concerns as a key driver for employee involvement in corporatesponsored volunteering. Characteristics of the volunteering activity also emerged as important determinants of employee's initial engagement and ongoing motivation for involvement in corporate-sponsored volunteering. In the same way that models of work design point to the value of enriched jobs, we see that there is (...)
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    Enriching Corporate Sponsored Volunteering Activities: A Work Design Perspective.Karl Pajo & Louise Lee - 2010 - Proceedings of the International Association for Business and Society 21:79-90.
    This study explored employee perceptions of participation in a corporate sponsored volunteer initiative. Drawing on both questionnaire and focus group data ourstudy re-affirms the importance of altruistic concerns as a key driver for employee involvement in corporate sponsored volunteering. Characteristics of the volunteering activity also emerged as important determinants of employee’s initial engagement and ongoing motivation for involvement in corporate sponsored volunteering. In the same way that models of work design point to the value of enriched jobs we see that (...)
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    Employee-Related CSR Practices: An Analysis of Website Disclosures by New Zealand Organizations.Karl Pajo, Louise Lee & Sarah Tong - 2010 - Proceedings of the International Association for Business and Society 21:231-243.
    This study sets out to explore what a diverse selection of New Zealand organizations are saying on their websites regarding socially responsible businesspractices in relation to employees. We take an inductive, phenomenological oriented approach to investigate the rich content of organizations’ website communications about employee-related CSR issues and practices. We find that all firms communicated some information regarding employees but this was often sparse and lacking in detail. Amongst the most common types of information organizations relayed were statements regarding the (...)
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