Most nonprofits rely on the dedication of volunteers to deliver their services, but even the most reliable and dedicated volunteers will occasionally have unexpected events that make them unable to attend. They may fall sick, have paid work conflicts, or just want to take a well-deserved vacation. In this case, you’ll need to find someone to fill their spot. This is where shift swapping comes in. We know managing a roster and swapping shifts can be frustrating and time-consuming for managers.
Your workforce is your company’s biggest asset. They are the face and brains of your business and determine the success or failure of it.
Whether it be a sports team, marriage, workplace or event, we often hear that communication is the key to success.
Digital transformation is the latest buzzword that is dominating business news, management agendas and workforce trends.
What is community service?
Community service is unpaid work performed by a person or group of people for the benefit and betterment of their community without any form of compensation. Community service projects can take many shapes and sizes, and may range from 10 minutes to 10 years in duration.
Everyone is moved when they hear the news that a disaster has struck a community and many want to rush to help. Bushfires, floods, hurricanes, other natural disasters, pandemics and even wars are all significant disasters that can suddenly cause chaos and harm to a community. And to help these communities in need, disaster relief organizations often deploy teams of disaster relief volunteers or a community emergency response team to help.
Keen to get involved with volunteering, but not sure where to start? Virtual volunteering is a great way to get involved with meaningful projects from the comfort of your own home. While large sporting events, outdoor volunteering and volunteer abroad projects offer important ways to give back, you can make just as much of an impact without leaving home.
Volunteering is a key pillar of healthy and connected communities. In America, an estimated 30 per cent of citizens volunteered for an organization or association in 2019, contributing $187.7 billion to the United States economy through their time, talent and expertise, according to Americorps. A majority of organizations simply wouldn’t be able to exist without volunteers.
Rosterfy joins a network of companies providing applications and solutions that complement Blackbaud’s cloud solutions
Following an extensive search, Rosterfy has been selected as the volunteer management solution by the Organising Committee for the 2022 UCI Road World Championships in Wollongong, New South Wales.