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Published on February 1, 2014

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Volunteers: Volunteers Before We Get Started…: Before We Get Started… It is important to understand the legality of hiring volunteers. What makes them different from employees? Government definitions Do you have to pay them? Are you liable for their actions? www.readysetpresnt.com Page 2 Is It Legal For You To Hire Volunteers?: Is It Legal For You To Hire Volunteers? If you are a non-profit organization, you’re in the clear. However, there is little guidance in legislation concerning the hiring of volunteers by for-profit organizations. If you are in that murky water, ask yourself the following questions. If any of your answers is NO then you have got to pay up. www.readysetpresnt.com Page 3 Business Management Daily, March 1, 2002 article, “’Volunteers at for-profit companies’: should they be paid?” Considerations… (2 of 3): Considerations… (2 of 3) Is the activity conducted at times other than during normal working hours? Is the time spent on the volunteer activity insignificant when compared with the employee's normal working hours? If a volunteer weren't available, would the position be one not normally filled by a paid employee? www.readysetpresnt.com Page 4 Understanding the Value of Volunteerism: Understanding the Value of Volunteerism Why Invest in Volunteers? What Can Volunteers Do For You? (3 of 5): What Can Volunteers Do For You? (3 of 5) Upper tier tasks Event planning, technology services, creating materials such as flyers or brochures, staff training, office administration, consulting, fundraising, teaching, etc. www.readysetpresnt.com Page 6 PowerPoint Presentation: Source: UnitedHealthcare | VolunteerMatch Do Good Live Well Study (2010) What Can Volunteers Do For You? (4 of 5): What Can Volunteers Do For You? (4 of 5) They can help you raise money through fundraising efforts Their commitment to your organization makes them convincing fundraisers. Calling for sponsors, reaching out to local businesses, and soliciting for donations are relatively simple tasks that volunteers can be adept at doing. www.readysetpresnt.com Page 8 Organizational Readiness (5 of 6): Organizational Readiness (5 of 6) Training Others Your organization will be best prepared for a volunteer program if you can provide clear guidance on why, what, when, where, and how they can use it. www.readysetpresnt.com Page 9 Before You Start Recruiting…: Before You Start Recruiting… Designing the Volunteer Program www.readysetpresent.com Page 10 Develop a Strategy for Organizing Volunteer Work (7 of 8): Develop a Strategy for Organizing Volunteer Work (7 of 8) Performance Evaluation It is important to know how well your volunteers are performing. Encourage feedback from both volunteers and employees. Keep the lines of communication open to make sure that everyone is on the same page. www.readysetpresnt.com Page 11 Recruiting Volunteers: Recruiting Volunteers Recruitment: Recruitment www.readysetpresnt.com Page 13 PowerPoint Presentation: www.readysetpresnt.com Page 14 Source: UnitedHealthcare | VolunteerMatch Do Good Live Well Study (2010) What’s In It For Volunteers?: What’s In It For Volunteers? Acquire new skills and experience to enhance their marketability. Do something useful, enjoyable, or worthwhile. Support something that they believe in. Explore new career options and network. www.readysetpresnt.com Page 15 What Might Deter Volunteers?: What Might Deter Volunteers? Costs – travel, parking, childcare, meals, other expenses. Time away from family, friends, hobbies, and paid work. A successful volunteer program is one in which the benefits outweigh the costs for both the organization and the volunteer. www.readysetpresnt.com Page 16 Methods of Recruitment (12 of 14): Methods of Recruitment (12 of 14) Social Networks Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook Pros Can direct more traffic to your site Cons Its effectiveness depends on how connected you are www.readysetpresnt.com Page 17 Methods of Recruitment (13 of 14): Methods of Recruitment (13 of 14) Newspaper Advertisements This can be print or online – often both Pros Community papers are a common source for searchers Cons This can be costly, fewer people are reading newspapers www.readysetpresnt.com Page 18 Screening and Selecting Volunteers: Screening and Selecting Volunteers Without Proper Training… (3 of 3): Without Proper Training… (3 of 3) Volunteers will feel prepared to take on their tasks. They will understand the responsibility they’ve been given. They will know exactly how things should be done. They are likely to have a positive experience. If they share this with others, your organization’s reputation will improve www.readysetpresnt.com Page 20 Why Do Volunteers Leave? (2 of 3): Why Do Volunteers Leave? (2 of 3) Failing to train volunteers effectively If they do not know what they’re supposed to be doing half the time, they are not going to perform well and they know it – this can be hugely discouraging. Failing to coordinate volunteers with other employees Frequent miscommunication can be frustrating and might be that last straw for a volunteer. www.readysetpresnt.com Page 21 Why Do Volunteers Leave? (3 of 3): Why Do Volunteers Leave? (3 of 3) Failing to accommodate needs If someone has volunteered their time but can only work odd hours, and you want them on a routine schedule, they will not be able to. Failing to recognize contributions When someone agrees to work without pay, puts effort into their work, and goes home without thanks, it can be a real turn-off to coming back. www.readysetpresnt.com Page 22 Method 5 – A Positive Experience: Method 5 – A Positive Experience Make volunteering fun, not a chore Menial labor is not always enough to keep volunteers happy Utilize the skills that they have Chances are, they had an idea of what they wanted to do from the start – hear them out Make sure they’re benefiting from your decisions www.readysetpresnt.com Page 23 Method 6 – Show Your Support: Method 6 – Show Your Support Past mistakes have no bearing on what you do now. Do not allow past decisions to hold you back. Each decision is your new chance to be a star. There may be many right answers. Sometimes choosing one is difficult because many solutions will do the job – yet keep in mind that you will not go wrong by choosing any of them. www.readysetpresnt.com Page 24 PowerPoint Presentation: www.readysetpresent.com Page 25 Download “ Volunteers ” PowerPoint presentation at ReadySetPresent.com 257 Slides include : Definition/s of a volunteer ~ Learning objectives ~ Overview of the legality of taking on volunteers ~ 7 slides on the value of volunteerism ~ 8 slides on assessing program need and readiness ~ 11 points on personal readiness ~ 11 points on organizational readiness ~ 3 points on volunteer readiness ~ 8 slides on designing a volunteer program ~ 31 slides on recruiting volunteers ~ 6 principles of recruitment ~ 2 types of recruitment: broad-based and targeted ~ 8 methods of recruitment ~ 11 slides on screening and selecting volunteers ~ 3 slides on building an application ~ 5 slides on conducting the interviews ~ 16 slides on orientation and training ~ 11 slides on supervision and evaluation ~ 14 slides on volunteer retention ~ 6 effective methods of promoting retention ~ action steps and much more. 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