WHITE PAPER: Counting The Cost Of A Bad Volunteer

Why volunteer screening is the most critical step of the onboarding process.

Volunteers “work” for your organization for free. So how can they end up costing you money?

A bad volunteer can result in a number of painful and costly outcomes, including:

  • Theft or embezzlement
  • Damaged volunteer relations and morale
  • Endangerment of employees, volunteers and other constituents
  • Litigation
  • Public scandals and negative publicity

The main challenge for volunteer managers is that the volunteer pool is peppered with people who appear to be suitable candidates but who, in reality, may not be.

Read a free white paper, Counting the Cost of a Bad Volunteer, to learn about some red flags to look out for and how you can avoid onboarding some less than stellar volunteers.