HR staff consultation hub — have your say


May 15th, 2019

Following the 2017 Staff Engagement Survey, feedback indicated that staff would like further opportunities to provide input into changes proposed within the University.

We are pleased to confirm that a dedicated HR Staff Consultation Hub has been created, intended to provide a facility to share information about up and coming key areas of work and provide links to consultation/focus group activity taking place.

The purpose of the site is to improve accessibility for staff wishing to participate in HR led consultation/focus groups by having information and booking links in one place for staff to access should they wish to.

The website will be regularly updated to include forthcoming focus group/consultation sessions and other relevant updates.

The website currently signposts staff to areas of work where they have the opportunity to get involved/share their feedback;

  • Race Equality Chartermark:
    Staff survey, running Tuesday 7 May – Friday 31 May 2019
  • Wellbeing Strategic Delivery Plan:
    Opportunity to feedback on the draft delivery plan via online consultation, running until Wednesday 29 May 2019
  • Employee Hub (Phase 2):
    Opportunity to feedback on the proposed phase 2 developments of the Employee Hub, dates coming soon

The website is available to all staff and managers and can be accessed via the following link: https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/hr/services/hr-staff-consultation-hub.aspx.

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One Comment

May 24th, 2019 at 2:18 pm

Liz Butterworth

Please give casual staff the opportunity to contribute. There are several hundred invigilators. Thank you.

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