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USS valuation latest
The USS Joint Negotiating Committee (JNC) decided on 31 August 2021 to progress the proposal put forward by UUK for reform of USS benefits, writes Rebecca Dodd of Mercer’s Higher Education Group.

Becoming Vice Chancellor
Higher education has been struggling with a leadership identity crisis since the deregulation of student numbers and increased marketisation, write colleagues from #UHR21 partners GatenbySanderson.

2018 Senior Staff Remuneration Code - review published
The 2018 Senior Staff Remuneration Code was a welcome step forward in the governance of remuneration. An (interim) review of the Code has been initiated by the CUC (Committee of University Chairs) and carried out with the support of AdvanceHE.

Global Mobility – Managing International Employment event
We are delighted to announce that we will be holding an event on3rdJul 2019atHerriot-Watt Universityfocusing on the potential issues for universities of internationally mobile staff. This event mirrors a session held earlier this year in London and is aimed at senior HR, Payroll and Finance colleagues who are currently engaged in, or considering, employing staff overseas and will help address some of the concerns that internationalisation brings for universities.

Why You Should Enter the UHR Awards
Past UHR Award winner Alex Killick, Director of People atGlasgowCaledonian University (GCU), explains why you should enter this year’s awards and gives you his top tips for success.

Equal partners? Why female progression isn’t all about women
Sophie Harris,Deputy Director of HR at SOAS, University of Londontravelled to the States with the support of theUHR-CUPA bursary. Here she continues to reflect on the barriers to female progression in higher education.



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