Guía para contratar empleados en ONG en el extranjero

Guía para contratar empleados de ONG en el extranjero

Guía para contratar empleados de ONG en el extranjero

agosto 29, 2022

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Key Takeaways

  1. Las ONG particularmente tienen que asegurarse de reglas que limitan la manera que operan en el extranjero.
  2. Hay una lista de maneras que las ONG pueden contratar en el extranjero mientras que mejoran la eficiencia de las nóminas.
  3. Diferentes tipos de ONG existen alreedor de las diferentes regiones para propósitos específicos.
Resumen

Working for a non-government organization (NGO) differs in many ways from the profitable private sector. Non-profit businesses encounter new challenges and require specific skillsets and employee profiles, making existing talent pools seem limited.

Therefore, NGO recruitment should be seen as a vital component of fulfilling important missions. This article discusses hiring NGO workers overseas and suggests ways of hiring foreign talent while reducing recruitment costs.

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What Is an NGO?

Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), is a non-profit group run by individuals to promote political or social objectives. Their work is conducted locally, nationally, or worldwide, depending on the organization.

NGOs frequently accept funding while maintaining their NGO status, including from government sources. However, governments cannot participate in making decisions or control their activities.

What Do Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) Do?

NGOs manage a wide range of organizations. The World Bank describes two different kinds of NGOs: operation and advocacy.

Advocacy NGOs promote specific concerns, while operation NGOs work on development initiatives. More prominent NGOs commonly combine these two activities.

They typically involve worldwide health education, environmental activism, emergency relief, women’s and children’s rights, and other relevant activities.

Some of the most recognized NGOs are:

  • Oxfam
  • Red Cross
  • Greenpeace
  • World Wildlife Fund
  • Amnesty International
  • Catholic Relief Services
  • Doctors without Borders

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Other Types of NGOs

Depending on their specialized activities, it’s possible to further subdivide NGOs into their areas of operation. These are among the most common forms of NGO:

1. INGO – International NGO

These charitable nonprofits are «international» when they generate funds in wealthy economies to provide resources in low to middle income countries.

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