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Educational Programme
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Year of Graduation
Egor Fokin
Specifics of Human Resources Management in a Nonprofit Organization
(Bachelor’s programme)
The main goal of the work is to identify the key factors in the management of human resources of non-profit organizations.

Following the main goal includes running a number of tasks:

- To study the theoretical basis of the concept of NGOs and differences from commercial organizations with the use of scientific academic base;

- To identify, basing on the theoretical position, what factors are potentially more important in NGOs HR;

- Using the method of in-depth interview, to identify which of the factors are the most important;

- To reflect on the further application of the results in conclusion.

A number of factors that, at first glance, would not seem leading, were highlighted as a result. The work's qualitative research could me mentioned as self-sufficient, but, nevertheless, it can also serve as a step to the second quantitative stage. Such work will contribute to an even greater constructive contribution to the academic community.

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