HR excellence in Research of Université de Rennes 1

Université De Rennes 1 has obtained the HR excellence in Research label, acknowledging its contribution to the construction of the European Research Area, as well as the quality of its HR policy towards researchers.

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  1. The HRS4R approach in brief
  2. Who is concerned?
  3. A continuous improvement approach
  4. Action plan
  5. Project team

The HR excellence in Research label renders Université de Rennes 1 more attractive to researchers looking for a new employer or for a host for their research project, and acknowledges its continuous quality approach regarding their recruitment procedures, working conditions and professional development.    

The HRS4R approach in brief

The objective of the Human Resources Strategy for Researchers is to improve HR policy for recruitment and career of researchers in Research organizations. It also aims at fostering the employability of researchers, at making the research profession more visible and attractive by ensuring equal access to employment and facilitating geographic and intersectoral mobilities. 

It is a significative asset to obtaining H2020 fundings  

Who is concerned?

Are concerned permanent or contract Research staff at Université de Rennes 1, which represented, in 2019, 2570 staff members (researchers, teacher-researchers, PhD students, post-doctoral researchers, research engineers).

A continuous improvement approach

Reaffirming its commitment to the HRS4R approach in january 2018, Université de Rennes 1 got involved, on a European scale, in the labelling of its recruitment procedures and the follow-up and development of researchers’ career.  

Several steps are necessary in order to obtain the label and have it renewed (intern diagnosis, publishing of the action plan, attribution of the label « HR excellence in Research », intermediate intern, and external evaluation for the renewal of the label).

Action plan

The concrete application of the HR strategy for researchers in ensured by a multi-year action plan.  For each of the 4 thematics, goals related to the principles of the European Charter for Researchers as well as the Code of Conduct for the recruitment of Researchers have been defined and articulated as a 75 actions plan, achievable within the period prescribed (internal evaluation after two years before the external evaluation by the European Commission planned within five years).

Project team

Political management : Sébastien Le Picard, project leader
Operational implementation and follow-up of the strategy : Maïwen Corrignan, project officer
 
Production and coordination of deliverables :

Project team : project leader, project officer and 4 people in charge of thematic groups :

  • Nathalie Théret (professional and ethical aspects)
  • Bruno Bureau (recruitment)
  • Audrey Lavenu (working conditions and social security)
  • Sébastien le Picard (training)

More information HERE

Source: Université de Rennes 1

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