Skills match essential in volunteer placements

Churchard, Claire
January 2010
People Management;1/28/2010, p11
The article reveals that professional fundraiser Workplace Giving in Great Britain is requesting companies that send unskilled volunteers to do charity work as part of the company's corporate social responsibility agenda to donate money instead since their lack of skill proves to be more of a hindrance in carrying out volunteer work.


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