Volunteer Agreement * Nature of Services: The Volunteer will perform bartending services for the Company as a volunteer (the “Services”). The Services have been specially ordered and commissioned by the Company. To the extent the Services include materials subject to copyright, the Volunteer agrees that the Services are done as “volunteer work” as that term is defined under U.S. copyright law, and that as a result, the Company will own all copyrights in the Services. The Volunteer will perform such services in a diligent and workmanlike manner and in accordance with the schedule set forth at the sole discretion of the Company. The content, style, form and format of any work product of the Services shall be completely satisfactory to the Company and shall be consistent with the Company’s standards. The Company agrees that the Volunteer's services need not be rendered at any specific location. The Volunteer hereby grants the Company the right, but not the obligation, to use and to license others the right to use the Volunteer's name, voice, signature, photograph, likeness and biographical information in connection with and related to the Services.
Relationship to the Parties: The Volunteer enters this Agreement as, and shall continue to be, a Volunteer. All Services shall be performed only by the Volunteer. Under no circumstances shall the Volunteer look to the Company as his/her employer, or as a partner, agent or principal. The Volunteer shall not be entitled to any benefits accorded to the Company's employees, including without limitation worker's compensation, disability insurance, vacation or sick pay. The Volunteer shall be responsible for providing, at the Volunteer's expense, and in the Volunteer's name, unemployment, disability, worker's compensation and other insurance, as well as licenses and permits usual or necessary for conducting the Services.
Compensation: The Volunteer understands that they will not be paid an hourly nor salaried wage.
Gratuity: All cash and credit card gratuities will be split between beverage staff at each respective beverage tent and or service area.
Dress Code: The Volunteer will be required to dress in respectable attire. The suggested bartender attire consists of a black t-shirt, khaki shorts, socks of a professional manner, and comfortable, closed-toed shoes. Attire is to be worn professionally. If the Volunteer is unsure about his/her attire for an event, he/she shall seek guidance from the Company office.
Behavior: As a bartender for the Company, the Volunteer will uphold the highest standards of professionalism. A poor attitude and failure to do what is asked of the Volunteer will not be tolerated. The Volunteer will help and respect his/her fellow volunteers and work towards the accomplishment of the entire team of volunteers and not just his/her own self. The Volunteer will be courteous to customers and will avoid conflict at all costs. If a conflict shall arise, all efforts should be put into resolving the issue in an appropriate manner as quickly as possible. The Volunteer will follow all orders and instructions given by the Bar Manager and will not argue, dispute, or disrespect the Bar Manager at any time.
The Volunteer shall greet customers with a smile and proper manners. The Volunteer Shall eat before coming to an event.
The Volunteer shall arrive to work 15 minutes prior to his/her scheduled arrival time. The Volunteer shall be prepared to work when he/she arrives. The Volunteer shall always have something to do (clean, organize, etc.).
The Volunteer shall ask the Bar Manager before leaving a bar for any reason including breaks. The Volunteer shall never leave the bar unattended.
The Volunteer shall shall not smoke, eat, text, or use a cell phone during an event unless they on are their break. The Volunteer shall serve guests, rain or shine, unless told otherwise by the Bar Manager.
ABC Rules and Regulations: The Volunteer will follow all ABC rules and regulations. Alcohol consumption, including a sip, by the Volunteer is illegal and prohibited during an event. The Volunteer shall not serve someone who is underage or visibly intoxicated. The Volunteer should also not serve closed containers (i.e. unopened beer, bottles of wine, bottles of liquor, etc.). Per state law, all drinks must be poured into a glass or cup, or opened in front of a guest. The Volunteer shall never marry bottles of alcohol.
Open only 1 bottle of each type of juice per serving station. Do not throw away any bottles of juice. Any unused juice from an event will be poured back into the respective juice bottle. Open a bottle of wine only when ordered (do not anticipate wine drinks). Open only 1 wine bottle at a time per varietal per bar.
Use a jigger for all liquor poured unless told otherwise by the Bar Manager. Do not break down boxes until told to do so by the Bar Manager. Save all bottle caps. Do not mix products. Keep like products with like products (ex: Bud Light with Bud Light, Coke with Coke, etc.). Return all products to their original box, bag, or crate. If, for any reason, there is not a satisfactory box/bag, place the products in an empty crate. If there are no empty crates to put the products without a box or bag, improvise a solution and notify the Bar Manager.
Do not count money/tips at an event. Do not steal from the bar. I agree to the Volunteer Agreement for the events selected in this application