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This programme is aimed at delegates looking for an action-based programme to support the development of strategic workforce planning alongside the live institutional planning cycle. The CIPD defines workforce planning as: a process of analysing the current workforce, determining future workforce needs, identifying the gap between the workforce you will have available and your future needs, and implementing solutions so that an organisation can accomplish its mission, goals, and strategic plan.Find out more and how to book
A joint resource for UHR and BUFDG members bringing together a number of data streams on reward.
To coincide with the launch of our new website we are asking members to review your profiles, which will give you an opportunity to ...
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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”. The recordings and resources are only available to those who attended the conference. You will need to sign into your UHR account to view the slides and sessions.Watch the recorded sessions
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! “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?”
Vialto are running face-to-face global mobility roundtables for the H E sector, in Birmingham, Edinburgh and London.
The UK Higher Education sector continues to respond to the opportunities, and grapple with the challenges, arising from the new workforce operating models necessitated by the Covid-19 pandemic and the changing regulatory landscape in general. A number of these are not limited to the UK.
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