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REF and the role of HR in research assessment

REF and the role of HR in research assessment

As the REF 2021 results were published last week, I reflected on the fact that my HE career has spanned 3 research assessment exercises, writes UHR Strategic Projects Manager Sophie Crouchman in her personal reflections on the REF and the role of HR in research assessment. 
Institute for Employment Studies Annual Conference, April 2022

Institute for Employment Studies Annual Conference, April 2022

I was lucky enough to attend the Institute for Employment Studies (IES) Annual conference which took place at the end of April this year – given that it lasted a mere morning, the amount that the IES managed to include was impressive, writes UHR Strategic Projects and Research Manager Sophie Crouchman.
The standout session is...

The standout session is...

It would be entirely ungallant to refer to UHR Conference Chair Kim Frost, UHR Executive Director Helen Scott and the Chair of our Conference Committee Mary Luckiram of City, University of London, as ‘big cheeses’ – but nevertheless if you are looking for reflections on #UHR22 these are the ones to take note of!
What to do about the reluctant complainer?

What to do about the reluctant complainer?

“It’s a difficult situation. Employee A approaches a member of the HR team and describes how they feel they have been discriminated against by colleagues but say they don't want to take the issue any further.  What should HR do next?” This article from VWV is one of a series published on the UHR website in the run-up to UHR’s 2022 Conference: Everyone Onboard! Find out more about all of our partner organisations for 2022 here.
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