Can Your Business Benefit From The Volunteer Workforce Solution?
For the past 30 years, big business has reaped the enormous
benefits of employing Volunteer Workforces. They've enjoyed
access to a constant stream of ready, upbeat workers even
in tight labor markets. This startlingly wide, deep, dependable
and otherwise unavailable labor pool composed primarily
of all-American, freshly-scrubbed, well-behaved workers
has provided big business with a tax-free, benefits-free,
and hassle-free workforce solution. One business in Oklahoma
saves over $300,000 every year by employing Volunteer Workforces.
In this case, the word "saves" actually means "generates
an additional profit of." How much could your business
transfer to your bottom line by employing a Volunteer Workforce?
Volunteer Workforce programs are spreading across the country,
leaping out of their historic narrow confines. Never heard
of them? Don't feel bad you're in good company. Unless
you own a performance venue, a national chain of department
stores, or a 2,000-unit fast food operation, you probably
haven't had the opportunity to discover them yet. But that's
about to change.
WHO'S USING THEM?
The Dallas Cowboys, The Cincinnati Reds, Albertson's, Fazoli's,
Sonic Drive-Ins, Six Flags . . . the list goes on. So far
mostly big business has enjoyed the benefits of these programs.
But your business, no matter how big or small, no matter what
industry you're in, can dramatically benefit as well.
WHO SHOULDN'T USE THEM?
Volunteer Workforce programs are appropriate for any business
with labor needs which could be filled by temporary agencies.
Retail, restaurant, clerical, manual labor all have
been used successfully. Common sense would tell you that Volunteer
Workforces wouldn't be appropriate in a dangerous or hazardous
work environment. If you're running a nuclear power plant,
you probably don't want the women's auxiliary from the local
United Methodist Church in there pulling your power rods.
You might wind up with glow-in-the-dark Methodists, and that
would be bad. You're trying to improve your standing in the
community, and solve your staffing shortages not create
HOW DO VOLUNTEER WORKFORCE PROGRAMS OPERATE?
The IRS recognizes a system whereby non-profits function very
much like temporary agencies. Charities supply teen and adult
volunteer workers to business. Those workers function inside
the business, just as any other staffer would, with one important
difference. They don't get paid a penny, and they're pleased
as punch with the arrangement. Because the money they would
have earned goes directly to the charity of their choice.
The non-profit enjoys a welcome flow of revenue which helps
it achieve its mission. The business profits from a constant
stream of very productive workers, with no benefits, taxes
or overtime required. It's the ultimate win-win situation
for all involved.
HOW MANY WORKERS ARE INVOLVED?
Volunteer Workforce programs are infinitely scaleable. The
smallest program involves just two workers, the largest currently
involves 2,000 volunteer workers in the building at one time.
You need to know more about this! And that's why this website
exists. Whether you're a business owner, manager, or someone
who hopes someday to start your own company, this information
Download the whitepaper, The Volunteer Workforce, for free. Inside you'll find a Rationale for using
Volunteer Workforces, along with six case studies of businesses (including
the Dallas Cowboys) which use them, and the non-profits which participate in
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