Our belief in community service has helped define our culture and shape our vision.
Food drives are a competition between departments to see who can collect the most food and other essential items for those in need [...]
Intradiem employees supported the WSB Care-a-Thon in July 2016. Our crew volunteered to work a couple of shifts answering phones [...]
1. It creates loyalty
“People have an innate need to have an impact; to make their mark. By itself, generating profit for shareholders doesn’t fill that need for most people. However, when the profit-generating enterprise makes it possible for employees to have an impact in their community, there is better alignment between the employees’ goals and the company’s goals.”
2. It builds great teams
“When employees serve together, they have a shared emotional experience that builds a bond that no motivational speaker, ropes course or group activity could ever build.”
3. It’s good for customers
“An effective community service program draws servanthearted people to your company. Servant-hearted people take great care of your customers.”
4. It leads to better communities
“Companies have to take some responsibility for the communities in which their employees live and work. There is a gap left by government and non-profits that business are well-suited to fill.”
We thoroughly enjoy serving our community as a way of giving back, but our service culture also attracts the kind of people who we know are going to take great care of our clients.
Each employee who devotes their time to a service project gets a “brick” on our Service Wall in our headquarters location. This wall visually demonstrates the number of days that we, as a company, devote to community service, and the variety of ways in which we do it.
Intradiem is a proud member of The Corporate Volunteer Council of Atlanta, a network of local businesses that are dedicated to volunteerism in the communities where we live and work. The CVC supports member companies in their strategic commitment to workplace volunteerism and civic engagement.