What is HRS4R?

The Human Resources Strategy for Researchers (HRS4R) is a tool for harmonizing human resource management with the forty principles of the European Charter for Researchers, representing a set of general principles and conditions defining the roles, responsibilities and requirements of researchers, employers and research funding organizations and the Code of Conduct for Research Recruitment, which is a set of general principles and conditions that employers should adhere to in an open, transparent and merit-based recruitment of researchers.

Alignment of the human resources strategy with the principles of the Charter and the Code is recognized by the European Commission by the HR Excellence in Research Award, which increases the institution's attractiveness in the European Research Area as an employer and potential project partner in international consortia.

 

HRS4R at the University of Economics in Bratislava

The University of Economics in Bratislava adopted the European Charter for Researchers and the Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers on 1 February 2021, committing itself to implementing the principles of the Charter and the Code through the Human Resources Strategy for Researchers (HRS4R).

The European Commission on 5th May 2022 awarded the prestigious „HR Excellence in Research“ to the University of Economics in Bratislava. We are currently in the Implementation Phase where the realisation of the Action plans begins. After 24 months will our university submit the documents for the evaluation of the implementation of the Action Plan.  

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Source: EURAXESS

 

Documents

European Charter and Code of Conduct

Endorsement Letter

HRS4R - Process description

HRS4R - GAP analysis | Attachment

HRS4R - OTM-R Checklist

HRS4R - Action plan

 

Workshops and trainings

Workshop: How to build your research profile (Andrés Rodríguez-Pose)

 

Organizational structure of project management and implementation

Members of the Steering Committee were chosen with regard to the following principles:

  • sustainability of the HRS4R structures
  • efficiency of the University’s process management
  • involvement of a wide range of stakeholders in the recruitment process and in human resource management at the EUBA

 

Steering Committee

Chair
Prof. Dipl. Ing. Ferdinand DAŇO, PhD. Rector

 

Vice-Chair
Assoc. Prof. Dipl. Ing. Paula PUŠKÁROVÁ, DiS. art., PhD. Vice-Rector for Research and Doctoral Studies

 

Members
Assoc. Prof. Dipl. Ing. Mgr. Zuzana JUHÁSZOVÁ, PhD. Vice-Rector for Education
Assoc. Prof. Dipl. Ing. Jana PÉLIOVÁ, PhD. Vice-Rector for Management of Academic Projects
Assoc. Prof. Mgr. Boris MATTOŠ, PhD. Vice-Rector for International Relations
Dr. h. c. Prof. Dipl. Ing. Rudolf SIVÁK, PhD. Vice-Rector for Development
Prof. Dipl. Ing. Erika PASTORÁKOVÁ, PhD. Dean of the Faculty of National Economy
Assoc. Prof. Ing. Peter DRÁBIK, PhD., MSc. Dean of the Faculty of Commerce
Prof. Dipl. Ing. Ivan BREZINA, CSc. Dean of the Faculty of Business Informatics
Prof. Dipl. Ing. Peter MARKOVIČ, PhD. Dean of the Faculty of Business Management
Assoc. Prof. PhDr. Rudolf KUCHARČÍK, PhD. Dean of the Faculty of International Relations
Assoc. Prof. PhDr. Radoslav ŠTEFANČÍK, MPol., PhD. Dean of the Faculty of Applied Languages
Dr. h. c. Prof. RNDr. Michal TKÁČ, CSc. Dean of the Faculty of Business Economy with seat in Košice
Dipl. Ing. Mária DZIUROVÁ Head of the University Administration and Finance
Dipl. Ing. Zora SZAKALOVÁ President of the Trade Union
Prof. Dipl. Ing. Helena MAJDÚCHOVÁ, CSc. Chair of the Academic Senate
Assoc. Prof. MSc. Mag. Gabriela DUBCOVÁ, PhD. Chair of the EUBA Ethics Committee

 

Monitoring Committee

Chair
Assoc. Prof. Dipl. Ing. Paula PUŠKÁROVÁ, DiS. art., PhD. Vice-Rector for Research and Doctoral Studies

 

Members
Dipl. Ing. Marcel Novák, PhD. Vice-Dean of the Faculty of National Economy
Dipl. Ing. Jozef Orgonáš, PhD., MBA Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Commerce
Dipl. Ing. Miriama Blahušiaková, PhD. Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Business Informatics
Assoc. Prof. Dipl. Ing. Jana Blštáková, PhD. Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Business Management
Mgr. Michael Augustín, PhD. Vice-Dean of the Faculty of International Relations
Mgr. Michaela Čiefová, PhD. Associated Professor, Faculty of Applied Languages
Dipl. Ing. Matej Hudák, PhD. Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Business Economy with seat in Košice
RNDr. Daniela Lukáčová Head of the Department for Personnel and Social Questions
Ing. Jana Tkáčová Head of the Department for Research and Doctoral Studies
Mgr. Alexander Platzner (to 31.1.2022) Project Centre
Ing. Ida Ivanová (from 1.2.2022) Project Centre

 

Working groups

To implement the project at faculties, individual working groups have been set up. Their task is to prepare the documents for the preparation of faculty GAP analyses and OTM-R checklists. On the basis of these partial documents, an all-University GAP analysis and an OTM-R checklist will be prepared, on which the EUBA Action plan will be based.

 

Contact

IVANOVÁ, Ida, Dipl. Ing.

IVANOVÁ, Ida, Dipl. Ing.

Project Officer

E3.06 +421 2 6729 5278 ida.ivanova@euba.sk

 

Development project No. 005EU-2-1/2021 "EUBA na ceste k HR Award" is funded by the Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport of the Slovak Republic.

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