Volunteers It has become obvious that your plans to use unpaid volunteers are no
It has become obvious that your plans to use unpaid volunteers are not going well. Three weeks prior to the event you have had indications of interest from only one third of the number of volunteers you anticipated using.
o Describe what action you will take
o Submit estimated financial costs related to this plan of action
My group plan of actions:
One way is that the event can ask for the university students and let their school to sponsor their event.
We can ask for some students to help them to get more volunteers, and also we can get some people via word of mouth.
The budget is no need to pay.
We will provide the students lunch, dinner, transportation and cover the costs due to budget.
We will get the students to sign a contract to make sure they will show up. .
My professor comments: how will you make sure the students come?
Following complaints from local residents over rowdy behaviour and noise disturbances from patrons in the late event of the festival’s opening day, the council has asked the festival management team to deal with the situation for the Sunday to ensure good community relations are maintained.
What actions do you take?
o Draft an e-mail to response to the council (in this case the Community Relations Department) outlining how you will address the situation.
o How are you going to deal with the local press who are on site and asking questions?
For each one of these two
Please highlight in bold so I will know which one.