Reward benchmarks for social care organisations, focussing on pay terms and conditions for front-line staff.
If you want to know how your volunteers’ make-up compares to similar organisations, this report provides credible, current information from participating organisations in the Third Sector.
What does it cost to recruit a volunteer? How do you recruit your volunteers? How do your volunteering retention rates compare with your peers? What’s the average length of service? Why do volunteers leave? Compare with other Third Sector organisations.
Do you offer learning and development opportunities to your volunteers? Do others in your sector? Is budget allocated to L & D for volunteers and how much per volunteer? Is there a formal review process and what is good practice? Compare with others.
How do top performing organisations reach out to their volunteers? Which methods are most common and have the most impact? How do you recognise the contribution of your volunteers and do you know how they regard your organisation? Compare with others.
The development of the volunteer offering is becoming ever more important. The managerial role is more strategic. This report looks at the involvement of staff and volunteers in this key role, ratios, costs and return on investment.
See how your people metrics compare with 67 third sector organisations on key indicators such as recruitment, learning and development, absence management, diversity, and the HR function. Supported by AMHP, CHRN, CHS Alliance, Hospice UK, NCVO, NUS and VODG, People Count Third Sector 2017 benchmarking reports give the latest in-depth findings - more than 53,000 staff, 203,815 volunteers, and £2.5 billion income make up the sample. See what the trends are and use hard data to measure your position and support decisions for change.
Gain insight into the profile of staff in not-for-profit organisations. Includes spans of control, staffing models and workforce diversity, plus good practice examples.
Compare with others on key HR recruitment processes, selection techniques and the challenges in retaining staff.
Look at approaches to L and D in third sector organisations and benefit from good practice examples.
See how sick day numbers vary across management/non-management and learn about how management of absence is perceived in other organisations.
Understand more about current disciplinary and grievance methods, resolution strategies, as well as payment systems and reward policies.
Compare your HR function with others and gather hard evidence to support change.
Purchase your copy of the 2018 report, which establishes the basis upon which pay awards are made among third sector organisations, and what expectations are for an award in the coming year.