Volume XXIII (XIII), 2014/1
Although most nongovernmental organizations (NGO’s) recognize the importance of human resources for the organisation's development, very few have a personnel policy, namely, a set of specified procedures to attract competent personnel or to improve the existing staff’s skills. Many organisations have suffered from an inability to keep the staff that is successful and leaves the organisation to be employed in other companies that offer better salaries and greater opportunities for personal development. The efficiency of an organisation is based on using as much as possible all the skills and experience of its team. This article aims to provide general aspects concerning human resources in nongovernmental organisations, as well as the identification of the main problems faced by nongovernmental organisations concerning human resources management.
Keywords: involvement, issues, leadership, voluntary.
ISSN 1583-0691, CNCSIS "Clasa B+"