All new institutions applying for the European Commision HR distinction from 15 May 2018, submit applications in electronic form via the official platform of the European Commission – HRS4R E-tool. Institutions that already have the award and provide reports on implementation will get access to the platform in September 2018.
From January 2017, the EC changed the rules of applying for the HR logo. The new procedure is the result of discussions with experts in the field of human resources management and representatives of institutions that implemented the principles of the European Charter for Researchers and the Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers and received a European award. Consultations with experts have shown that changes are needed to increase the quality and effectiveness of the activities undertaken by the institutions and introduce comparable standards throughout Europe. Read More
One of the key elements of the HR Strategy for researchers is access to information. These are both information about recruitment and regulations in force at the unit.
The purpose of the service for the IUNG employees is to collect and regularly update the content that may be useful to the scientists of our unit.
I am asking everyone who is interested in co-creating the IUNG HR platform:
- transferring information to the portal that could be interesting for you,
- posting new ideas and possible improvements regarding the website,
- sending interesting scientific information, legal changes and others that may be of interest to the scientific community of our Institute. I hope that the service will be helpful to you.
Monika Kowalik – HR Strategy coordinator, website administrator