In the Framework of the European Research Area (ERA), the European Union has sought to improve the attractiveness of researcher careers, promote mobility and create real career paths.

In this context, the European Commission has developed in 2005 a European Charter for Researchers and a Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers, both of which define the roles, responsibilities and rights of researchers as well as those of their employers.

EHESP signed this Charter and Code and has also submitted an application in order to obtain the HRS4R award and is waiting for the approval from the European Union.

► Read more about the Human resources strategy for Researchers (HRS4R)




Published on 21 September 2017