Justice Connect produces legal resources covering a range of common areas of concern for volunteer-engaging, not-for-profit organisations. The resources:
help volunteer organisations understand the implications of the law for their volunteer management practices and policies
assist volunteer-engaging organisations assess legal risks of their volunteer programs
improve the ability of volunteer organisations to explain the law to their volunteers.
The following resources are made available by Justice Connect:
Complete the Justice Connect e-learning module which covers the legal obligations involved in the process of recruiting volunteers.
Managing volunteers through COVID-19
View resources to assist you to answer key questions about working from home, liability, and returning to the workplace.
Watch the Justice Connect webinar explaining how to draft a great volunteer agreement.
Download a National Volunteer Guide which provides an overview of the key legal obligations you will encounter with helpful practical examples and templates to assist you.
Complete the Working with Volunteers self-help tool. After answering a series of questions, you’ll be provided with a report containing an overview of the legal issues and recommendations.
Download the Justice Connect Youth Volunteer fact sheet which covers everything you need to know when engaging volunteers under 18 years old.
Law and policy updates
Understand your fringe benefits tax (FBT) obligations read: Law and policy updates
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