I recently joined the W5 culture committee―an employee committee tasked with building strong relationships within W5 and the community. This year the W5 team set the goal of increasing our commitment to serving and volunteering in Durham.
Which begs the question―why is it important that businesses play an active role in our communities? Research from United Health Group shows that not only is volunteering great for personal health, but it can be an incredible catalyst for building teams and learning new skills.
W5 believes not only can we be an agent of good in our community, but those around us can have a positive impact on our business as well. Our culture committee is on the lookout for fun, creative ways to get involved in 2020, so please reach out if you have any ideas you’re especially excited about. We always love new ideas!