Pro Bono Work Is Good for Your EmployeesMike Sheehan
It’s no secret that pro bono work helps raise a business’s profile among current and potential clients, as well as nonprofits. And while I believe this, there is much more to it. Doing pro bono work isn’t just good for your company—it’s good for the people who work at your company.
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