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  1. 1. Just 30% of staff feel they have a reasonable workloadIf just one hour could be saved per week across 300properties this would equate to 15,600 hours per year available for other work Volunteering Systems and Processes Programme
  2. 2. 23% of people who contact the Trust to get involved as a volunteer do not continue with their application due to lack ofinformation and poor response times from the Trust Volunteering Systems and Processes Programme
  3. 3. Over 80% of Trust staff manage or work with volunteers Volunteering Systems and Processes Programme
  4. 4. Only 45% of volunteers stronglyagree that their volunteering is well organised Volunteering Systems and Processes Programme
  5. 5. 35% of our volunteers do not feeltheir skills are effectively utilised If 35% of our 40,000 regular volunteers provided two of their current hours carrying out higher value activities per year then the increase in notional value would be £156,800 per year Volunteering Systems and Processes Programme
  6. 6. 20% of Volunteer Expense claims are rejected by the FSC due to errors on forms Volunteering Systems and Processes Programme
  7. 7. 20% of Volunteer Expense claims are rejected by the FSC due to errors on forms Volunteering Systems and Processes Programme

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