In a recent blog post featured in Third Sector News, Pro Bono Economics CEO Julia Grant calls for better design and delivery of Employer Supported Volunteering schemes to ensure that the skills of volunteers are utilised and stretched by their engagements, in a way which delivers real value to the charities they serve.

She expresses that with more thought put into the design and delivery of ESV schemes, the skills of volunteers and value to the charities would increase, leaving them best equipped to embrace the opportunities things like the Fourth Industrial Revolution will provide.

Read the full blog here.

1st July 2019