The "Human Resources Strategy for Researchers" or HRS4R encourages research institutions and funding organisations in applying the Charter and the Code (C&C) in their policies and practices. The application of the principles of the European Charter for Researchers and the Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers by research institutions makes them more attractive to researchers looking for a new employer or a host for their research project. This is why the University of Zaragoza has applied for, achieved and intends to maintain, through a continuous effort in its human resources-related actions, the 'HR Excellence in Research Award' label. To do so, the University of Zaragoza must develop and implement a strategy that puts researchers, their recruitment conditions, quality of work and training at the centre of this strategy, because only a University that cares about its researchers can aspire to be a centre of attraction for talent.
On this website we will include the most relevant aspects and documents in our strategy as part of a policy of participation and transparency towards our researchers, who can contact the team responsible for the strategy to request information or make any suggestions by emailing email@example.com