OPP OF THE DAY: Front of House, Stourbridge Glass Museum

Front of House volunteers provide all visitors to the Stourbridge Glass Museum with a warm welcome and help them to have a great day out. We want to build a a reputation for providing exceptional customer service. You will be meeting and greeting visitors ,selling tickets, shop items, giving introductions to the museum galleries and helping to maintain the security of the building.

When:
Tuesdays-Sundays (from April 9th 2022).

Time commitment:
Minimum 4 hours per month.

Skills:
This will suit you if … you are confident talking to strangers of all ages. Outgoing personality and ability to work with a very small friendly team. Interest and enthusiasm in Stourbridges history of glass. Customer service skills. Reliable and committed.

FOR MORE INFO OR TO APPLY please contact:

Donna Owen
Email: dowen@stourbridgeglassmuseum.org.uk

Is employer supported volunteering changing?

Another great thought-provoking post on Employee Supported Volunteering. What changes have you seen?

Rob Jackson Consulting Ltd

Employer Supported Volunteering (ESV) has been around for well over thirty years. It’s gone through some changes in that time, but nothing radical. Which makes me wonder: now we’re coming out of the pandemic, could we be about to see real and significant future change in employee volunteering?

I don’t have any answers, but I do have thoughts, so here are three areas I want to look at in this article:

  1. How the pandemic has changed our working lives, and so may change ESV
  2. The opportunities of millennial recruitment
  3. Employee volunteering as direct action

Throughout this post, I’ll pose some questions, and it’d be great to hear your thoughts on these, so please consider leaving a comment at the end of the article.

How the pandemic has changed our working lives and so may change ESV

I live in Grantham, a small market town in Lincolnshire, England. We have a…

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