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Headline speaker for the UHR Conference 2018 announced
23/11/2017
UHR is excited to announce that businesswoman, author and speaker Dr. Margaret Heffernan will be the 2018 Conference headline speaker.


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Increasing Harassment Complaints in The HE Sector: Are You Ready?
23/11/2017
Our partners at Pinsent Masons have observed a "spike" in the number of complaints of harassment being raised with Higher Education sector clients.


Finding Confidence as a University HR Leader - 10 Principles of Good Leadership
23/11/2017
Dr Markos Koumaditis is HR Deputy Director at London South Bank University. Here he reflects on leadership lessons learnt during the UHR Emerging Leaders programme, and 10 principles for good leadership.


The Ant and The Dove - Random Acts of Kindness in the Workplace
17/11/2017
Alex Killick, Director of People at Glasgow Caledonian University, marks World Kindness Day by reflecting on how we can encourage kindness in the workplace.


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The People Management Framework

The framework was launched by Universities HR in 2010. Developed in conjunction with PricewaterhouseCoopers and in collaboration with the Higher Education Funding Council for England, the PMF is a framework to enable higher education institutions to measure the effectiveness of their people management interventions and activities, against internal and external comparators, and over time, using both common and individually developed measures.

Use of the People Management Framework is free to institutions in full and associate membership of Universities HR, and to institutions in receipt of HEFCE funding.

Find out how to register and use the PMF.