The HRS4R strategy is a tool launched by the European Commission to support universities, research institutions and organizations that fund research in the application of The European Charter for Researchers and The Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers, which aim to contribute to the development of a European labour market attractive for researchers.
The ‘Human Resources Excellence for Research’ award publicly recognises research organisations which have improved their human resource policies to align them with the principles of the Charter & Code for Researchers. The principles of the Charter & Code for Researchers encompass 40 essential topics.
The IGC has been working on developing, improving and establishing all these principles. This is an ongoing process which involves representatives of the community (see implementation group members), the IGC direction and the FCG’s HR.
Élio Sucena (PI – R4)Manuel Rebelo (Scientific Support Unit Head – R4)Sheila Vidal (Technical Support Unit Head – R4)Sofia Rebelo (Lab Manager – R3)Joana Bom (Scientific Support Unit Manager – R3)Katharina Willmann (Postdoc – R2)Jorge Carvalho (Scientific Support Unit Technician – R2)Ana Vinagre (Scientific Support Unit Technician – R1)Mariana Natalino (PhD Student – R1)Kátia Jesus (PhD Student – R1)
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