Is the pay gap our problem?10th November was equal pay day this year. This represents the point in the year when women stop earning relative to men, writes Sophie Harris, Acting HR Director at SOAS. Nationwide, the pay gap currently stands at 14.1%.
Are coaching cultures really relevant in higher education?In today’s environment of rapid change, political uncertainty, and intense competition, having the ability to continuously adapt and generate better commercial results is paramount, writes Dominic Ashley-Timms, Founder and MD of Notion Ltd (www.businesscoaching.co.uk). The idea for this blog arose from a presentation that Dominic recently gave to a meeting of Russell Group HRDs.
A journey into counter fraudI recently took on the responsibility for coordinating and providing counter fraud information to the membership of BUFDG and its partner organisations which of course include UHR, writes procurement specialist Emma Keenan. The huge range of information Matt Sisson of BUFDG handed over left me pretty terrified at all the ways universities could be deceived into handing over information and / or money or things.
Doing It Right When Nobody Is LookingWhy does HR have a leading role in embedding a culture of quality within universities and colleges? Leanne Ennis of the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education discusses, in our new UHR blog.
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