HR activities and employment procedure at BRAC international
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Internship is a way of introducing the students to the practical world. This report shows the application of the academic knowledge to the reality. It is based on the experience and information that I have gathered working in the organization. So it was an opportunity for me to learn and observe the practical knowledge of NGOs systems and pros and cons of the management of this organization. BRAC International is a non-government development organization, since 2009 and serving the community at large there are several achievement under NGOs belt. BRAC has decades of experience and thousands of world class knowledge, competent, qualified employees. BRAC’s idea was simple yet radical, “Bring together the poorest people in the poorest countries and teach them to read, think for themselves, pool their resources, and start their own businesses”. This is exactly what BRAC has done and is still doing in Bangladesh and other poverty-stricken countries around the world, BRAC International is a part of BRAC. This study evaluates the importance of employee motivation in forming a more productive workforce. The main objective of the Internship is to learn about the effectiveness of motivational policies and strategies used by the largest Bangladesh NGO, BRAC International Human Resources Division of BRAC maintain an adaptive human resources management strategy and the division comprises of Recruitment, Compensation & Benefits, Learning and Development, Human Capital Department and HR Operations Departments with a team of dynamic HR Relationship Managers who bridge HR support. After analysis we can say that the employees are overall satisfied with the organization. The factors that they are dissatisfied with those are specified and country based it varies. The findings that emerged from the communication at all levels, training, job security, job satisfaction, career opportunities, respect & recognition from management, benefit & facilities – as key motivators for BRAC International staff.