Conflict and Code of Conduct with Volunteers
Sometimes volunteers can come with difficulties such as absences or conflict of interest. Having policies and procedures that clearly outline what is expected can reduce these difficulties.
- Australian Sports Commission – ASC Volunteer Management Policy Pg 21
- Volunteering Victoria – Conflict resolution
Code of Conduct
We recommend that a Code of Conduct is set and agreed on by committee members and other volunteers. This allows the club to set expectations at the beginning with all volunteers and ensures there is an understanding among all volunteers.
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|Volunteering Victoria||Code of practice|
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