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THE IMPACT OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ON THE ACTIVITIES OF NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS USING STATISTICAL APPROACHES
Corresponding Author(s) : Alexander Vasyaev
Humanities & Social Sciences Reviews,
Vol. 8 No. 3 (2020): May
Purpose of the study: The purpose of the study is to detect and track the possible correlation between the activities of non-governmental organizations and human resource management. This study also goal to investigate the role of the manager in fulfilling the prerequisites to reach the prosperity and flourishment within a group that works on a certain end.
Methodology: To achieve the objectives of the study, a survey of the management and employees of six non-governmental organizations operating in various fields (educational, sports, charitable, scientific) was conducted. A total of 150 people were interviewed. The Pearson chi-squared test was used to calculate preliminary approaches that are recently using and final findings.
Main Findings: The pilot analysis using the Pearson chi-squared method revealed that the personnel policy can have a positive effect on the organization, as it allows hiring qualified employees and promotes employee motivation. According to Pearson's chi-square criterion, it was found out that there is no statistically important relationship between human resource management and the operation of non-governmental organizations.
Applications of this study: This may be explained by the fact that there are other significant factors affecting the operation of the company and being involved in the human resource management policy. However, a competent personnel policy is one of the components of the successful development of the company.
Novelty/Originality of this study: The originality of this study is that this revealed that organizations should have clear requirements for their employees in order to hire them in accordance with the company criteria. In addition, it is necessary to create a favorable working environment, as well as to consider human resource management when setting the development priorities of the organization.
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