Volunteering

Inappropriate Behaviour and Volunteer Dismissal

This organisation has a responsibility for the well being of both its clients and the staff and volunteers who work for it. In the extremely rare event of a volunteer behaving in such a manner which, in the opinion of the Coordinator is detrimental to the provision of good service by the Beaconsfield Neighbourhood Centre, the following procedure will be used:

  1. A verbal warning will be given by the Coordinator in private, and a note made on the volunteer’s file.
  2. If there is no satisfactory resolution, the volunteer will be advised in writing of the need to improve performance and a further period of review will be set.
  3. If there is no satisfactory resolution a second warning will be given in a formal manner (minutes will be taken with a Committee of Management member present). The volunteer may have an advocate if desired. A final written warning will be given.
  4. Following this, if there is still no resolution the volunteer will be asked to leave and a written explanation will be provided by the coordinator.
  5. Appeals may be taken up with the Committee of Management in line with the Complaints policy.
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