IPC's Employee Volunteering Policy enables employees to take up to two days' paid time per year to take part in voluntary activities in the community.
Many IPC employees choose to use one of their volunteering days to take part in the annual Time Warner Volunteers' Day, working alongside employees from our sister companies in London. The day provides an opportunity to help out at a local community organisation; for example, lending physical labour to gardening projects, painting murals at a playground or running a children's activity day.
Through IPC's membership of the Media Trust, increasing numbers of employees are also using their unique skills to assist a charity. This may take the form of advising a charity on its marketing strategy, assisting them in devising a communications campaign or helping to develop a website, and the employee's involvement may consist of a one-off meeting or an ongoing relationship over a number of months. In addition, two employees currently serve on the Media Trust Youth Advisory Board.
Other current volunteering activities include mentoring, serving as trustees on charity boards and taking part in ‘team challenge' events.
IPC supports its employees in donating to charity via its payroll giving scheme, 'Giving, etc'. Employees can either make regular contributions direct to their favourite charity or charities, or open a charity account that enables them to donate to any charity whenever they want.
Charity of the Year
Information about IPC's Charity of the Year programme is available on our Community page.
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