The non-profit sector includes public organizations, movements, foundations, organizations, public amateur organizations, autonomous non-profit organizations, non-profit associations, associations and unions, consumer cooperatives, as well as religious groups and organizations.
Unlike individual groups of individual sectors that are not united into a single whole, do not have a rigid hierarchy, and do not meet entirely on budget money. Unlike business founders, they do not evaluate profit among themselves but release it (if any) based on the results of the organization’s statutory tasks and mission.
Management in non-profit organizations
Because non-profit organizations, the purpose of their creation, the procedure and activities are important for registration from organizations, management in non-profit organizations contains several subtleties and necessary points.
In non-profit organizations for which profit-making is not the main one, and the mission is based on not always strictly adhering to the principle of service to society, an investigation into an investigation is a sufficient investigation. sustainability emerges from and constantly regulates the activities of non-profit organizations, the regulation of their activities, and their management.
The supreme governing body of a non-profit organization
The main function of the organic management of a non-profit organization is to ensure that goals are clearly defined to achieve the organization’s reach.
The priority management body of such non-profit bodies includes issues such as: amending the charter of a non-profit organization, determining priority areas of activity, studying the formation and use of the property by a non-profit organization, creating executive bodies of a non-profit organization and, if necessary, early use of their appointment, approval of the annual accounting report and balance sheet, approval of the plan of a financial non-profit organization and making changes to it, as well as the creation of branches, the opening of a representative office of a non-profit organization, participation in other organizations, reorganization, and liquidation of a non-profit organization (except for a fund).
Executive body of the non-profit organization
The executive body of a non-profit organization represents the interests of the organization without a power of attorney, represents the interests of organizations in relations with private, large and other organizations representing interests, declares regulatory documents governing the production and economic activities of the organization, concludes and terminates contracts, issues powers of attorney, opens accounts in banking institutions. institutions holding administrative positions hires and fires employees, issues orders and instructions binding on all employees of a non-profit organization.
Supervisory and control bodies
In addition to the supreme and executive management bodies, supervisory and control bodies are also created in non-profit organizations: the board of trustees and the control and audit body (audit commission). By law, it is mandatory to create a board of trustees in foundations, joint foundations, and a control and audit body in all types of associations. In other such non-profit organizations, it is not necessary to create, but, as a rule, most constituent documents provide for audits of the financial activities of the organization of the audit body, auditor, or auditor, and often they are interested in creating a board of trustees.
The procedure for the formation and conduct of the activities of the board of trustees by the charter, which is approved by the founders. As a rule, to identify the independence of the board of trustees from other organizations, the constituent documents provide for the following scheme: the first composition of the board of trustees consists of the founders, and the subsequent inclusion of such boards occurs by decision of the majority of the remaining members.