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Listen to inspiring podcasts by some of Canada's leading innovators on volunteerism

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Developing Your Employment Brand: The Rewards and Challenges of Employer-Supported Volunteerism

59% of volunteers in British Columbia receive support from their employers in order to volunteer. While employer-supported volunteerism is wide-spread in the province, we have learned from many corporate sector leaders, that it just isn’t that easy. Giving employees time off to volunteer isn’t difficult, but providing a greater level of support by organizing team volunteering opportunities, for example, is often a major challenge. How can your company make employer-supported volunteerism a key component of your employment brand? How will contributing employee time help you with your recruitment and employee retention goals? How can you measure the return-on-investment for such initiatives? Join us for a breakfast panel discussion with three special guests who will share their experiences in employer-supported volunteerism - their challenges around team-volunteering, best practice examples of helping employees engage in more meaningful ways with not-for-profit organizations, and th...

3 MIN2007 FEB 16
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Developing Your Employment Brand: The Rewards and Challenges of Employer-Supported Volunteerism

Developing Your Employment Brand: The Rewards and Challenges of Employer-Supported Volunteerism

59% of volunteers in British Columbia receive support from their employers in order to volunteer. While employer-supported volunteerism is wide-spread in the province, we have learned from many corporate sector leaders, that it just isn’t that easy. Giving employees time off to volunteer isn’t difficult, but providing a greater level of support by organizing team volunteering opportunities, for example, is often a major challenge. How can your company make employer-supported volunteerism a key component of your employment brand? How will contributing employee time help you with your recruitment and employee retention goals? How can you measure the return-on-investment for such initiatives? Join us for a breakfast panel discussion with three special guests who will share their experiences in employer-supported volunteerism - their challenges around team-volunteering, best practice examples of helping employees engage in more meaningful ways with not-for-profit organizations, and th...

5 MIN2007 FEB 16
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Developing Your Employment Brand: The Rewards and Challenges of Employer-Supported Volunteerism

Developing Your Employment Brand: The Rewards and Challenges of Employer-Supported Volunteerism

59% of volunteers in British Columbia receive support from their employers in order to volunteer. While employer-supported volunteerism is wide-spread in the province, we have learned from many corporate sector leaders, that it just isn’t that easy. Giving employees time off to volunteer isn’t difficult, but providing a greater level of support by organizing team volunteering opportunities, for example, is often a major challenge. How can your company make employer-supported volunteerism a key component of your employment brand? How will contributing employee time help you with your recruitment and employee retention goals? How can you measure the return-on-investment for such initiatives? Join us for a breakfast panel discussion with three special guests who will share their experiences in employer-supported volunteerism - their challenges around team-volunteering, best practice examples of helping employees engage in more meaningful ways with not-for-profit organizations, and th...

3 MIN2007 FEB 16
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Developing Your Employment Brand: The Rewards and Challenges of Employer-Supported Volunteerism

The 2004 Canada Survey of Giving, Volunteering, and Participating: Panel Discussion

Michael Hall - Imagine Canada, Faye Wightman - Vancouver Foundation, and Miranda Lam - Volunteer Vancouver.

30 MIN2007 JAN 16
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The 2004 Canada Survey of Giving, Volunteering, and Participating: Panel Discussion

The 2004 Canada Survey of Giving, Volunteering, and Participating—British Columbia Highlights

The 2004 Canada Survey of Giving, Volunteering, and Participating: British Columbia Highlights

8 MIN2007 JAN 16
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The 2004 Canada Survey of Giving, Volunteering, and Participating—British Columbia Highlights

The BC Society Act: Why Should Boards Care?

What is the BC Society Act, What Board Members need to understand and how they can ensure their organizations are in compliance

6 MIN2006 DEC 14
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The BC Society Act: Why Should Boards Care?

What does it mean to govern?

A discussion on what it means to be a governor for a not-for-profit board. Keith Seel challenges board members with specific questions that will help ensure the sustainability of you’re your organization and the sector.

18 MIN2006 NOV 2
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What does it mean to govern?

When Volunteers Cost More Than They Return

This challenging and stimulating session provided participants with an excellent opportunity to consider some of the larger patterns shaping volunteerism and how organizations might adapt to maximize emerging potential in new generations of volunteers. Participants received take away tools to assess the "profitability" of volunteer positions within their organizations. Linda Graff is an impassioned advocate for the field of volunteer program management, and a dynamic and in-demand international consultant and trainer. Linda is the author of several highly regarded books on the not-for-profit sector.

14 MIN2006 JUN 24
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When Volunteers Cost More Than They Return

From Passion to Action: A new vision for volunteerism

From Passion to Action: A new vision for volunteerism, Paddy Bowen

43 MIN2006 MAY 9
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From Passion to Action: A new vision for volunteerism

Future of Volunteerism, Martha Parker

Future of Volunteerism, Martha Parker

34 MIN2006 MAY 9
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Future of Volunteerism, Martha Parker
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Latest Episodes

Developing Your Employment Brand: The Rewards and Challenges of Employer-Supported Volunteerism

59% of volunteers in British Columbia receive support from their employers in order to volunteer. While employer-supported volunteerism is wide-spread in the province, we have learned from many corporate sector leaders, that it just isn’t that easy. Giving employees time off to volunteer isn’t difficult, but providing a greater level of support by organizing team volunteering opportunities, for example, is often a major challenge. How can your company make employer-supported volunteerism a key component of your employment brand? How will contributing employee time help you with your recruitment and employee retention goals? How can you measure the return-on-investment for such initiatives? Join us for a breakfast panel discussion with three special guests who will share their experiences in employer-supported volunteerism - their challenges around team-volunteering, best practice examples of helping employees engage in more meaningful ways with not-for-profit organizations, and th...

3 MIN2007 FEB 16
Comments
Developing Your Employment Brand: The Rewards and Challenges of Employer-Supported Volunteerism

Developing Your Employment Brand: The Rewards and Challenges of Employer-Supported Volunteerism

59% of volunteers in British Columbia receive support from their employers in order to volunteer. While employer-supported volunteerism is wide-spread in the province, we have learned from many corporate sector leaders, that it just isn’t that easy. Giving employees time off to volunteer isn’t difficult, but providing a greater level of support by organizing team volunteering opportunities, for example, is often a major challenge. How can your company make employer-supported volunteerism a key component of your employment brand? How will contributing employee time help you with your recruitment and employee retention goals? How can you measure the return-on-investment for such initiatives? Join us for a breakfast panel discussion with three special guests who will share their experiences in employer-supported volunteerism - their challenges around team-volunteering, best practice examples of helping employees engage in more meaningful ways with not-for-profit organizations, and th...

5 MIN2007 FEB 16
Comments
Developing Your Employment Brand: The Rewards and Challenges of Employer-Supported Volunteerism

Developing Your Employment Brand: The Rewards and Challenges of Employer-Supported Volunteerism

59% of volunteers in British Columbia receive support from their employers in order to volunteer. While employer-supported volunteerism is wide-spread in the province, we have learned from many corporate sector leaders, that it just isn’t that easy. Giving employees time off to volunteer isn’t difficult, but providing a greater level of support by organizing team volunteering opportunities, for example, is often a major challenge. How can your company make employer-supported volunteerism a key component of your employment brand? How will contributing employee time help you with your recruitment and employee retention goals? How can you measure the return-on-investment for such initiatives? Join us for a breakfast panel discussion with three special guests who will share their experiences in employer-supported volunteerism - their challenges around team-volunteering, best practice examples of helping employees engage in more meaningful ways with not-for-profit organizations, and th...

3 MIN2007 FEB 16
Comments
Developing Your Employment Brand: The Rewards and Challenges of Employer-Supported Volunteerism

The 2004 Canada Survey of Giving, Volunteering, and Participating: Panel Discussion

Michael Hall - Imagine Canada, Faye Wightman - Vancouver Foundation, and Miranda Lam - Volunteer Vancouver.

30 MIN2007 JAN 16
Comments
The 2004 Canada Survey of Giving, Volunteering, and Participating: Panel Discussion

The 2004 Canada Survey of Giving, Volunteering, and Participating—British Columbia Highlights

The 2004 Canada Survey of Giving, Volunteering, and Participating: British Columbia Highlights

8 MIN2007 JAN 16
Comments
The 2004 Canada Survey of Giving, Volunteering, and Participating—British Columbia Highlights

The BC Society Act: Why Should Boards Care?

What is the BC Society Act, What Board Members need to understand and how they can ensure their organizations are in compliance

6 MIN2006 DEC 14
Comments
The BC Society Act: Why Should Boards Care?

What does it mean to govern?

A discussion on what it means to be a governor for a not-for-profit board. Keith Seel challenges board members with specific questions that will help ensure the sustainability of you’re your organization and the sector.

18 MIN2006 NOV 2
Comments
What does it mean to govern?

When Volunteers Cost More Than They Return

This challenging and stimulating session provided participants with an excellent opportunity to consider some of the larger patterns shaping volunteerism and how organizations might adapt to maximize emerging potential in new generations of volunteers. Participants received take away tools to assess the "profitability" of volunteer positions within their organizations. Linda Graff is an impassioned advocate for the field of volunteer program management, and a dynamic and in-demand international consultant and trainer. Linda is the author of several highly regarded books on the not-for-profit sector.

14 MIN2006 JUN 24
Comments
When Volunteers Cost More Than They Return

From Passion to Action: A new vision for volunteerism

From Passion to Action: A new vision for volunteerism, Paddy Bowen

43 MIN2006 MAY 9
Comments
From Passion to Action: A new vision for volunteerism

Future of Volunteerism, Martha Parker

Future of Volunteerism, Martha Parker

34 MIN2006 MAY 9
Comments
Future of Volunteerism, Martha Parker
the END