Warren Johnson is named Impact Thrift’s Volunteer of the Year

Paul Baur congratulates Warren Johnson on being chosen Impact Thrift Stores Volunteer of the Year

Paul Baur and Warren Johnson

Impact Thrift Stores, Inc. is proud to congratulate Warren Johnson as our 2014 Volunteer of the Year.

Impact Thrift will join dozens of area non-profit organizations to honor key volunteers from Bucks and Montgomery County agencies at the second annual Volunteer of the Year Recognition Event on April 10, 2014.

Warren signed on to volunteer in 2013 while he was shopping at Impact Thrift’s Montgomeryville store.  Retired only two weeks from his career position as Senior V.P. of Human Resources at ACTS Retirement-Life Community, Warren was eager to utilize his professional experience and skills as a volunteer giving back to the community.  The staff at Impact Thrift’s central office in Montgomeryville was more than happy to accept Warren’s service!

As a growing organization, Impact Thrift is blessed to have Warren’s Human Resources expertise to expand and advise a busy HR department.  In addition to providing guidance at a time of transition in HR personnel, our volunteer HR “consultant”:

  • Provided input to senior management searching for a Human Resources Director
  • Provided input for process of engaging an Employee Benefits Consultant Group
  • Helped in delivery of initial employee orientation program
  • Worked with the new HR Director and Training Consultant in the design of a supervisor  training program.
  • Assisted with the review of existing Worker’s Compensation systems and protocols.
  • Worked with the Human Resources Director in developing policies, procedures and best practices.
  • Advised senior management on certain OSHA and DOL procedures and updated laws

Warren continues to volunteer two days every week working at Impact Thrift’s Donations Processing Center (DPC) in the HR office.  His warm handshake and contagious smile are in harmony with the friendly atmosphere at our DPC.  Both staff and other DPC volunteers enjoy interacting with Warren.   He also invited a fellow retiree from ACTS, Barbara Hudson, to conduct leadership training classes for key personnel at Impact Thrift.  This invaluable training has enabled the operations to become more efficient and more professional.

The Volunteer of the Year Recognition Event is organized by the Central Bucks Family YMCA will be hosted by Warrington Country Club.

~ JoanMarie Brown, Impact Thrift Stores Volunteer Coordinator

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