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CVS/Caremark Final Powerpoint


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CVS/Caremark Final Powerpoint

  1. 1. My Summer InternExperienceLaurie Burgess
  2. 2. Agenda•My Summer Responsibilities•Participation in Events•Main Lessons
  3. 3. My Projects1. Grant Allocation2. State Reports3. Employee Relief Fund4. Measuring Employee Volunteerism5. Miscellaneous
  4. 4. 1. Grant AllocationOutcome: I allocated $57,300 to 37 non-profit organizations.Significance: CVS Caremark builds relationships in the communities it operatesby giving organizations $500-$5000.Steps: Reviewed applications and award organizations based on: •Alignment with CVS Caremark’s giving guidelines; Benefit children with disabilities Provide healthcare for the uninsured Inclusion of disabled children in public schools •Clear accomplishments in past •Large amount of individuals served •Feasible lead time •Tangible project goals •Credibility
  5. 5. 2. State Reports Outcome: I helped compile 42 important state reports that will help communicate CVS Caremark’s community impact to key stakeholders.Significance: The state reports are a summary of all the CVS Caremarkcommunity involvement in each state to be given to the Sales Team (MAX),District Managers & Government AffairsSteps: •Created blank template and filled in; •In-state facilities •Key giving facts •ALS & St. Jude fundraising data •PBM clients •Easter Seals information •Edited and finalized documents
  6. 6. 3. Employee Relief Fund (ERF)Outcome: I assembled a HR business manual tosummarize the key information regarding the new ERFprogram that will be used to help CVS Caremarkemployees in need.Significance: Launching this Fall, the CVS Caremark ERF will enable employeesto support each other during unanticipated and unavoidable financial hardshipsand emergencies as a result of a natural disaster, family death, medicalemergency or other unforeseen designated events.Steps: •Met with communications team to summarize manual requirements •Compiled relevant documents •Assembled manual to be reader-friendly
  7. 7. 4. Measuring Employee Volunteerism
  8. 8. 4. Measuring Employee Volunteerism Outcome: I researched methods and designed a survey that will capture’s employee volunteerism’s effect on employee engagement through correlations.Significance: We need a way to understand how CVS Caremark’s volunteeropportunities help strength engagement . Employee engagement is invaluable toan organization.Steps: •Conducted secondary research •Researched research methods •Designed survey •Edited survey with market research team •Planned communication to employees with communications team •Finalized survey with employee engagement
  9. 9. 5. Miscellaneous• Researched •ERF website content •Backpack for kids in need programs• Evaluated & recommended improvements to CVS Charitable Trust application•Collected Impact Stories from 2010 Charitable Trust Grantees to highlight on website•Created a flyer to attract employees to join Best Buddies Challenge – Hearst Castle, CA
  10. 10. Events Charity Golf Classic All Kids Can - Baseball Camp
  11. 11. Lessons• Community Relations helps to make a connection with stakeholders• Building relationships is just as important as donating money• Community relations is a win-win situation for company & community• Teamwork is essential both internally and externally to the organization