1. Purpose and Categories of Personnel

1.1 Purpose

The purpose of the Personnel Policy is to set down the policies, conditions, rights and obligations of NGO employees subject to their performing of the duties and responsibilities in their respective job descriptions.

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From the time of hiring, each employee will have access to this policy, so that he/she can adhere to it with full knowledge and information.

The policies described below may at any time be subject to modification if the Board of Members of NGO deems it necessary. In such cases, employees will be fully informed of the changes made.

1.2 Categories of Personnel

All personnel working for NGO are classified into following types

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1.2.1 Employees

Employees designate salaried individuals who, after a probationary period, are given ongoing assignments, either part-time or full-time, and are paid on monthly basis. They will be contracted on long-term basis subject to periodic evaluations and performance assessments. They will have the responsibility towards the day to day functioning and/or in any one of more ongoing/prospective projects of the organization.

All the employees of the organization are classified into categories. These categories are as follows:

1. Management Category:
a. Executive Director
2. Professional Category:
a. Program Officer
b. Researcher
c. Finance Officer
3. Support Category:
a. Administrative Assistant
b. Office Boy

1.2.2 Consultants

Consultants are professional experts hired by NGO on short-term basis only for the completion of specific tasks and assignments related to NGO or one or more of its projects. Separate and limited contracts, defining their job description, timeline, deliverables, reporting procedures and payment details will be issued to consultants. They will be paid on daily/monthly/weekly basis depending upon the nature of their assignment. They will not be considered as full-time or part-time employees of the organization.


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More NGO Operational Policies:

1. General Personnel Policy (also Human Resource Policy)
2. Communications Policy
3. Computer Policy
4. Procurement Policy
5. Fixed Assets Policy
6. Finance Policy

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