Human Resources Strategy for Researchers
European Commission support for the promotion of research careers
In March 2005, the European Commission approved the recommendation on the Charter for Researchers and the Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of researchers, documents aimed at both researchers and public and private sector funders and employers. These documents are aimed at promoting equal rights and obligations for research personnel throughout the European area, making research an attractive career as an essential aspect of economic growth and employment in the European Union.
The European Charter for Researchers brings together a series of principles on the responsibilities and rights of both researchers and the employing institutions they fund.
The Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of researchers promotes improved recruitment, ensuring that recruitment processes are fair and transparent.
Thus, the "Human Resources Strategy for Researchers" (HRS4R) is a tool promoted by the European Commission to support research funding institutions in the implementation of the Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of researchers and the European Charter for Researchers. The end of this process will be the award of the "HR Excellence in Research" label, which identifies institutions that support a favorable and stimulating environment for research.
HRS4R at the Cima
Since its inception, following the values inspired by the University of Navarra, FIMA (Cima's parent company) is committed to ensuring the best working conditions for all its employees.
With this mission, CIMA adheres to the HRS4R strategy to complete the implementation of the principles contained in the European Charter for Researchers and the Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers.