The Human resources strategy for Researchers, also called “HRS4R”, aims to improve the practices of research institutions and funding organisations working in the field of research regarding the researchers’ recruitment and career. It is the subject of a label “HR Excellence in Research” granted by the European Commission to establishments engaged in this process.
This tool aims to implement the European Charter for Researchers and the Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers (C&C) published in 2005, which gather 40 principles for researchers’ mobility and career, and make the European Research Area more attractive in terms of recruitment and working conditions for researchers worldwide.
All the 40 Charter & Code principles are grouped in four areas:
- Ethical principles and professional aspects,
- Working conditions and social security,
The human resources strategy for Researchers at EHESP
In December 2017, EHESP obtained from the European Commission the “HR Excellence in Research” award for its European Resources Strategy for Researchers (HRS4R) implementation. It validates the commitment of the School in this process, the EHESP’s participation in the construction of the European Research Area and the quality of its human resources policy.
Download the initial HRS4R file for EHESP (pdf, 1 Mo)
Read the article “EHESP School of Public Health obtains European HRS4R label”
At the end of 2019, after two years of implementation, EHESP carried out a first internal review of its HRS4R strategy. The scientific community was consulted to reexamine the School’s strong and weak points in order to adjust the actions to be pursued over the coming years.
Discover the EHESP’s interim self-assessment and updated action plan – Including the checklist for an “Open, Transparent and Merit-Based Recruitment Policy” (pdf – 2 Mo)