HRS4R- Management Team - Stakeholder

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HRS4R - Managment team - Stakeholders

RECOGNITION OF THE PROFESSION : All researchers engaged in a research career should be recognised as professionals and be treated accordingly. This should commence at the beginning of their careers and should include all levels.
NON-DISCRIMINATION: employers and/or funders will not discriminate against researchers in any way on the basis of gender, age, ethnic, national or social origin, religion or belief, sexual orientation, disability, etc..
RESEARCH ENVIRONMENT: employers and/or funders of researchers should ensure that the most stimulating research or research training environment is created.
WORKING CONDITION: employers and/or funders should ensure that the working conditions for researchers, including for disabled researchers, provide where appropriate the flexibility deemed essential for successful research performance.
STABILITY and PERMANENCE of EMPLOYEMENT: employers and/or funders should ensure that the performance of researchers is not undermined by instability of employment contracts.
FUNDING and SALARIES: employers and/or funders of researchers should ensure that researchers enjoy fair and attractive conditions of funding and/or salaries with adequate and equitable social security provisions.
GENDER BALANCE: employers and/or funders should aim for a representative gender balance at all levels of staff, including at supervisory and managerial level.
CAREER DEVELOPMENT: employers and/or funders of researchers should draw up a specific career development strategy for researchers at all stages of their career, regardless of their contractual situation, including for researchers on fixed-term contracts.
VALUE of MOBILITY: employers and/or funders must recognise the value of geographical, intersectoral, inter- and trans-disciplinary and virtual mobility as an important means of enhancing scientific knowledge and professional development.
ACCESS TO RESEARCH TRAINIG and CONTINUOUS DEVELOPMENT: employers and/or funders should ensure that all researchers at any stage of their career are given the opportunity for professional development and for improving their employability.
ACCESS to CAREER ADVICE: employers and/or funders should ensure that career advice and job placement assistance is offered to researchers at all stages of their careers.
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS: employers and/or funders should ensure that researchers at all career stages reap the benefits of the exploitation (if any) of their R&D results through legal protection.
CO-AUTHORSHIP: co-authorship should be viewed positively by institutions when evaluating staff, as evidence of a constructive approach to the conduct of research.
SUPERVISION: employers and/or funders should ensure that a person is clearly identified to whom early-stage researchers can refer for the performance of their professional duties, and should inform the researchers accordingly.
TEACHING: teaching should be considered a valuable option within the researchers’ career paths. However, teaching responsibilities should not be excessive and should not prevent researchers from carrying out their research activities.
EVALUATION/APPRAISAL SYSTEMS: employers and/or funders should introduce for all researchers evaluation/appraisal systems for assessing their professional performance on a regular basis and in a transparent manner by an independent committee.
COMPLAINTS/APPEALS: employers and/or funders of researchers should establish appropriate procedures to deal with complaints/ appeals of researchers.
PARTICIPATION in DECISION-MAKING BODIES: employers and/or funders of researchers should recognise it as wholly legitimate that researchers be represented in the relevant information, consultation and decision-making bodies.
RECRUITMENT: employers and/or funders should ensure that the entry and admission standards for researchers, particularly at the beginning at their careers, are clearly specified.
CODE of CONDUCT for the RECRUITEMENT of RESEARCHERS: Employers and/or funders of researchers should adhere to the principles set out in the Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers when appointing or recruiting researchers.

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