South Dublin County Volunteer Centre exists to recruit place and support volunteering in South Dublin County.
We recognise that in order to achieve our goals we need to involve volunteers in our own work too. It is also essential that we present a model of good practice in volunteer management.
We regard volunteers as a valuable resource and encourage them to get involved at all levels of the organisation and within all appropriate activities. We aim to train, support and supervise our volunteers to the best of our abilities, and to act quickly and fairly if difficulties arise.
Recent years have seen some severe weather conditions, which have adversely affected some of our staff’s ability to get into work by whatever transport route they use. This Policy has therefore been developed to cover those kinds of situations other than the norm, such as heavy snow falls, flooding, or severe weather warnings, etc. and to ensure so far as possible our staff are treated fairly and consistently.
South Dublin County Volunteer Centre is committed to taking action to promote equality and to value diversity. We will work to address unfair treatment, discrimination and prejudice within the workplace, in our work with volunteers, organisations and in the wider community and voluntary sector. We recognise that every individual has a right to equal recognition and fair and appropriate treatment and opportunities regardless of their: gender, marital status, family status, sexual orientation, religious belief or lack of religious belief, age, disability, race, colour, nationality or ethnic or national origin or membership of the travelling community. In order to achieve our commitment to equality and diversity, we will: