Conferences play an important role for many organizations, providing a great opportunity for like-minded people to come together and learn from one another. With slashed budgets and reduced headcounts as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, volunteers are set to play a pivotal role in the delivery of events as organizations lean on volunteers to supplement the reduction in resources.
Posts by Alice Turnbull:
Never underestimate the power of volunteers! Understanding volunteer behaviours and trends is crucial to the strength and success of impressive volunteer management programs.
Whether you’re a small charity or a large event, running background checks for volunteers is an important part of managing your volunteers and is integral to keeping communities safe.
In case you missed it, we recently caught up with Head of Volunteering at Oxfam Great Britain, Elena Laguna on The Engaged Volunteer Podcast.
Volunteers generously donate their time for free. The least we can do is show our appreciation and thanks. Don’t worry. We’re not talking about loud, fancy gifts! Volunteer appreciation can be expressed in so many ways (often just a thank you goes a long way!) and is instrumental in building better relationships with your team.
Rosterfy is excited to announce that they will be working with the operators of The Bank of America Chicago Marathon, Chicago Event Management (CEM) to centralize its event volunteer management.
Following an extensive search, Rosterfy has been selected as the volunteer management solution for The European Championships Munich 2022.
It’s no secret that music festivals are loved throughout the globe. From Glastonbury and Coachella to Summerfest and Donauinselfest, rain, hail or shine, music festivals are one of life’s great pleasures.
It’s easy to get caught out these days when someone requires your signature. Who’s printer can I borrow? Where’s my pen? How do I even use a pen again? In a world dominated by technology, it was only a matter of time before digital signatures became the way of the future.
Like all things in life, we typically don’t start to notice our problems until the cracks start to appear. For some, these cracks might appear in the form of frustrated staff dealing with outdated technology and manual processes, whilst for others it might be through their disengaged volunteers and low retention rates.