There is a beautiful, mutualistic relationship between not-for-profit organisations and their volunteers. The organisations benefit from the extra help, skills, and enthusiasm that volunteers bring. In return, volunteers can gain a greater sense of purpose and connection to their communities. That is why it is so important that these organisations know how to make the most of their volunteers.
As Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) grows continuously more prevalent, Pro Bono Australia exists to provide a wealth of information and resources for those interested in volunteerism, not-for-profit ventures, corporate community networking, and much more. A virtual hub harnessing a vast reservoir of information and connections to the world of common good, the resources found on Pro Bono Australia's website are sure to satisfy most any inquiry.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a suite of cloud computing services that many organisations, ranging from governmental institutions to Fortune 500 companies, use to store and manage data. In 2012, Amazon established an AWS program in Australia, but people have raised privacy and security concerns over the use of AWS in Australia.
For Australian organisations contemplating using AWS, it is important to differentiate the responsibilities that the client assumes and those that Amazon agrees to assume.
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has become increasingly important in the business world over the last ten years. Many companies already take CSR very seriously and new surveys published in 2015 reveal how consumers feel about corporations that make an effort to be socially responsible.