Terms & Conditions
Dependability and Timeliness- Volunteers must report to work on time. Cancellation must be made in advance.
Appearance- Volunteers shall appear for work in neat and clean attire and may not wear clothing that is affiliated with individual religious organizations, including badges or nametags. Clothing should look professional and not be of the sort one would wear to the gym. Men should not wear bagging clothing where their pants are not able to stay on their waist and women should not wear tight or revealing attire.
Work Ethic, Diligence, and Attitude- Volunteers should work the assigned tasks as if this was a paying job. They must have a pleasant and engaging attitude and be responsive to the supervisor.
Break and Lunches- Volunteers should be scheduled for 2-4 hours per day therefore lunch time should not be needed, but if for longer time periods they may take a lunch (should be signed out and in) which must be approved by the supervisor.
Bathroom and Smoke breaks- Should be limited to one per every two hours. Supervisors will sign volunteers out and in for smoke breaks.
Phone usage, Headphones- Usage of cellular phones should be kept at a minimum. Head-phones cannot be used during shifts as it interferes with communication. Abuse will be subject to disciplinary action.
Monitoring- Supervisor will give feedback to the volunteer as to their performance and continue to inspect their work.
Discipline issues and Dismissal- If the volunteer is violating any of the above requirements, then the supervisor must take disciplinary action. The following disciplinary measures are available to staff members at their discretion: Verbal warnings, sending volunteers home, confiscating phones, vapes, cigarettes, if used outside of store guidelines or staff expectations, and dismissing volunteers entirely.
Exception- The exception to this process is if the volunteer is observed to be on drugs or alcohol supervisor must immediately report this to management to discuss the immediate release of the volunteer.