Search results

    Search results

    Show all results for ""
    Can not find any results or suggestions for "."

    Search tips

    • Make sure there are no spelling errors
    • Try different search terms or synonyms
    • Narrow your search for more hits

    How can we help?

    Contact Us

    Find Employees

    University of Skövde, link to startpage
    University of Skövde, link to startpage
    Close

    Search results

      Search results

      Show all results for ""
      Can not find any results or suggestions for "."

      Search tips

      • Make sure there are no spelling errors
      • Try different search terms or synonyms
      • Narrow your search for more hits

      How can we help?

      Contact Us

      Find Employees

      University of Skövde, link to startpage

      Ongoing work with the European Human Resources Strategy for Researchers (HRS4R)

      In 2019, the University began to prepare for certification in accordance with the European Charter for Researchers and the Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers (HRS4R). The purpose of the certification is to increase the University's attractiveness for researchers who perform internationally competitive research. The work has progressed well during 2020.

      In the spring of 2020, work continued on planning a gap analysis based on the HRS4R principles. The work was coordinated by an internal working group (HR and AFSI) in collaboration with a steering group that includes the University Director, the Deputy Vice-Chancellor for internationalization, the Dean, HR Director and AFSI Director.

      On 26 May 2020, Vice-Chancellor Lars Niklasson signed a "Letter of Endorsement", which the University then sent to the European Commission. This means that the University undertakes to follow the statutes. We received a "Notification of Commitment" on 28 May 28 2020.

      Six focus groups were set up during April 2020, consisting of active researchers at different experience levels from all departments as well as staff from HR and staff working with postgraduate education. In June 2020, the working group organized six workshops where issues regarding a number of principles (below) were discussed.

      In the gap analysis, issues were analyzed based on 40 principles in four groups:
      • Ethical and professional aspects
      • Recruitment and Selection
      • Working conditions
      • Training

      A gap analysis has been produced that will be aligned with researchers at the University through an on-line survey during the autumn. Based on the gap analysis, an action plan will be drawn up. Together, they will lead to an application that will be submitted at the end of 2020. Our application will be evaluated and after the evaluation and possible adjustments, we will receive the HRS4R award and the right to use the “HR Excellence in Research” logo. The work of implementing measures based on the action plan will start in the spring of 2021 and continue into the future. The work will be integrated into the regular development and quality work.

      More information about the charter is available on the EURAXESS website, and through SUHF, which coordinates Swedish universities in their work with the charter and code.

      Contact

      Human Resource Specialist

      Published: 3/13/2020
      Edited: 3/13/2020
      Responsible: webmaster@his.se