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smonaghan Started The Discussion:

Dear all,

I have just started in an NGO and one of my first tasks is to develop and implement HR polcies. I would greatly appreciate if anyone could advise me on what HR policies are legally compulsory and also would appreciate and sample policies to get an idea of structure and format.

Thanks in advance.
Suzanne

smonaghan -  Member Since: Jan 2010
Dear Prasad,

Many thanks for your response.

The NGO is responsible for the sustainable development for local villages in the area (ie: water, sanitation, health etc).

Would appreciate any help you can give on this?

Thanks in advance,
Suzanne

sikhrm -  Member Since: May 2010
I have the same question, Our NGO responsible for the sustainable development for local villages in the area (ie: water, sanitation, health etc).

Would appreciate any help you can give on this?

Thanks in advance,

Shahid Iqbal

kush_call2 -  Member Since: Oct 2009
Dear Shahid Iqbal & Suzanne,
I’ve worked in an NGO I have the HR related material like (Policy, Office order, Employee hand book, & standing orders)
First of all you answer me some question
Nature of NGO
Age of NGO
Employees Strength (Permanent / Contract)
Mail me on my personal E-ID or you may ring me up.

sikhrm -  Member Since: May 2010
Dear Kushagra Sharma,
Thanks for your response. Our NGO is Working on Human Resource Management of the area (Distt SWAT, MALAKAND, DIR, Bunner and disst Shangla). and Our NGO responsible for the sustainable development for local villages in the area (ie: water, sanitation, health, Community Physical infrastructure etc). we have completed more then 60 projects in the area.
Age of NGO: 20 years.
Employees Stenght: 120 ( 5 permanent and 115 on Contract working in defferent Projects)


Regards

Shahid Iqbal
Project Officer (HRD) Environmental Protection Society

binduvalum -  Member Since: Mar 2010
Dear Sir,

The conversation is quite interesting and I guess I can get some light on HR Policies to be implemented for a Non Government Organization.

I shall look forward for further exchange of ideas.


Regards,
Divya




 
 
 
 





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