Charter & Code and The Human Resources Strategy for Researchers (HRS4R)
Uppsala University has received the European Commission acknowledgement HR Excellence in Research, an award that indicates that Uppsala University is an employer with a stimulating and favourable working environment. The award also acknowledges a university’s commitment to fair and transparent recruitment and appraisal procedures and to their continuous development.
One condition for the award is the implementation of the Charter for Researchers and the Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers, the Charter & Code, which contain recommendations and good practice guidelines for the employment and recruitment of researchers at all stages of their careers and cover all research areas in the public and private sectors. To help employers implement the Charter & Code in their own policies, the European Commission has developed a tool to support the process: the Human Resources Strategy for Researchers (HRS4R), which contains set templates and mandatory implementation steps.
Please contact Åsa Furberg with any questions regarding Uppsala University’s work with the HRS4R.
Support for international researchers and staff
The University’s International Faculty and Staff Services offer support to international researchers and staff. This includes information about working conditions, welcoming events and social activities.
Uppsala University is also a member of the EU network EURAXESS with the purpose of promoting mobility and development of researchers in the EU.