LA Sports and Entertainment Commission adopted Rosterfy in preparation for their ‘decade of events’. With over one million people slated to visit LA’s premier event line up, LASEC invested in a city wide centralized volunteer system to facilitate the recruitment, engagement and retention of thousands of volunteers required to support this massive influx.
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Following an extensive search, Rosterfy has been selected as the volunteer management solution for the British Heart Foundation (BHF).
Volunteers are essential to the longevity of your non profit. Volunteers help with fundraising, delivering the program, administration and community engagement. Without them, most non-profits simply wouldn't be able to survive.
Rosterfy is excited to announce that they have been selected as the workforce management solution for sports marketing agency and rights holder, LimeLight Sports Group.
Continuing our ongoing commitment to streamline and automate volunteer and paid workforce management, we’re excited to introduce Rosterfy’s newest feature - reference check modules.
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Rosterfy will be responsible for providing technology solutions to manage the recruitment, interview stage, assigning and scheduling of the volunteer workforce.
Rosterfy, one of the world’s leading volunteer and workforce scheduling software companies, has been appointed as the Official Workforce Management Systems Provider for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
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.
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.
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 For some, these cracks might appear in the form of frustrated staff dealing with outdated technology and manual processes, whilst for others it might be through their disengaged volunteers and low retention rates.