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We have tried to keep the structure as simple as possible so that users can find their way around easily. The sections About Us, News, and Events should be self explanatory and are available to members and non-members alike. The CPD pages highlight the training that UHR organise as well as links to other providers in the sector. You can also find details of the annual conference here too.
Then there are some UHR Member only sections, which contain some great resources:
Discussions - a series of topic based discussion boards where members can ask questions, post replies and 'like' comments. You can also sign up for daily alerts for these discussions, so that they come straight to your inbox. There is also a private area for HR Directors only.
Knowledge Hub - we have broken this area down into several sub-topics, to make it easier to find the resources you are looking for.
The UHR Network - a list of all members, as well as their institutions. Find out about our regional activity, special interest groups and browse the list of HR related jobs.
My List - you will find lots of useful content through the site, such as news articles, case studies, discussions and even jobs - on each page, you can add that page to your own curated list of information - called My List - so you can come back to it later.
My Dashboard is where you can update your profile, email preferences etc.
There are also lots of acronyms in the sector, so we have compiled a useful list.
Visit the registration page and you will need to fill in a few boxes. Then your request comes into the UHR office for approval and you will receive email confirmation if you are accepted.
UHR Membership is at institutional level - so your university needs to be a member. If you go to the Register page, and you will see a drop down list of institutions who are UHR members. If your institution is not on that list, and you would like to become a member, then please get in touch.
No, any member of HR staff in a university can have access.
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