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Everyone Onboard!


By the time of this year's UHR Conference, which starts on 10 May 2022, we might know whether we have successfully steered a course for our universities through the choppiest of Covid waters. We’ve been through an unprecedented period of challenge and uncertainty, and from the higher education HR point of view this has certainly been a time of “all hands on deck”.

Wherever our universities are sailing next, at UHR22 we need to make sure that our staff are together, aligned and focused on facing the future – that everyone is onboard. We’ll be looking at the huge shift in our working lives caused by the pandemic, culture change as a result of Covid, and the psychological contract with people that now have greater expectations of a more hybrid future.

What new opportunities has the crisis brought us – to reassess relationships with trades unions, to rethink health and wellbeing, to take big steps forwards on equality and inclusion, or to be more effective and efficient post-Covid? What needs fixing – pay and pensions, toxic cultures, entitlement? As always, to take the temperature of HR in the sector, and to join in the vital conversations on every aspect of the HR remit in our universities, the UHR Conference is the place to be. It’s the HR anchor in ever-changing seas. Let’s get everyone onboard for UHR22.

We hope you can join us. With great value Team Tickets available once more we hope to see a fantastic representation of colleagues from every university. Last year more than 2000 HE HR staff were able to join in, and select sessions that worked for them. We'd love all of you and more to be with us once more for #UHR22.



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