Organisation of the Human Resource Strategy at the NonGovernmental Organisation

The non-governmental organisation in question seeks to establish fair conditions where workers can be comfortable in their place of work and work best. Therefore, its strategy for organising the human resource aims at optimising the productivity of human resource through positive enforcement and providing good working conditions. It is based on the belief that people will work best and be more productive while working under satisfactory conditions (Nicolini, 2012). For it to happen, certain elements have to be in place. The NGO aims at spreading good working conditions in organisations within the locality. The first part of the strategy is to analyse why the organisation of labour is important for a company’s profit.
Labour helps in the establishment of an economy (Silver, 2003). When there is enough labour in the economy or an organisation, the body in question will be able to meet its productivity goals and turn a profit in the end. It is people who do most of the work in a firm. Labour is employed in almost all sectors. Even in industries that are highly automated, labour is essential in the maintenance and micromanaging of machines and equipment. Without labour, no production can take place. It is for this reason that this strategy aims at ensuring that labour is conserved and optimised so as to maximise profits. The NGO, therefore, plans to spread this strategy to firms and to the government as a way of avoiding recession.
The strategy was developed just after the Great Recession as a precaution to avoid a situation where a recession would recur. Without sufficient labour, producers will be unable to meet their quarters and will, therefore, lose money. It is the reason why labour is important. Its organisation is aimed at ensuring that the best is gotten from it.
The fact, therefore, puts employees in a position to seek working conditions that favour the best.