Center for Corporate Auditing, Responsibility and Management policy Authoring/Postmaterialism policy
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—Crick Report, Advisory Group on Citizenship
Postmaterialism policy[edit | edit source]
Introduction[edit | edit source]
The postmaterialism policy has the intent to make a postmaterialist attitude an educational goal. The goal is, of course, not to brain wash an employee into becoming a convinced and consequent postmaterialist, but to motivate the employees as a group to consider a postmaterialist attitude and also to encourage philosophical dispute.
Donations[edit | edit source]
- The employer should recommend an adequate donation level of employees (e.g. in relation to church tax), either on salary statements or similar communications.
- The employer should educate employees about sensible donation opportunities and donation goals and invite employees to make donations regularly or systematically.
- The employer should set an example and donate to worthy causes and inform the employees about donations made by the employer.
- The employer should not collect donations inside the company but leave that to certified organizations.
Educational measures[edit | edit source]
- The employer should offer continuing education for the topics corporate social responsibility, corporate volunteering and postmaterialism.
- Employees should be invited to choose these educational offers and not to see other educational measures as generally more career-enhancing.
Corporate citizenship[edit | edit source]
- The employer should set an example and implement a corporate volunteering policy.
References[edit | edit source]
- Crick Report; Qualifications and Curriculum Authority, Advisory Group on Citizenship