This information campaign is intended to present the HR Excellence in Research initiatives within equality, mobility, training and international funds.
The HR Excellence in Research is awarded to the research institutions that implement and adhere to the Human Resources Strategy for Researchers to develop high standards in the four below areas:
- ethical and professional aspects;
- working conditions and social support;
The principles and requirements to be followed by researchers, research institutions and funding institutions are precisely described in the two European Union papers: the European Charter for Researchers and the Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers.
The HR Excellence in Research award is granted for a definite period. This year the University of Warsaw is in the award renewal phase.
“This year we are expecting a visit from experts of the European Commission who will evaluate the hitherto actions and accompanying measures, their impact on the university as well as their cohesion with the UW strategy. The experts will also meet representatives of the university community. The renewal of the HR Excellence in Research award is associated with its recognition among the members of our community,” Prof. Sambor Grucza, the UW Vice-Rector for Cooperation and Human Resources, said.
Following the June information campaign about the HR Excellence at the UW, actions and accompanying measures to be undertaken in the 2022/2023 are described below: