Good Practices

1. The SIR 2014 accreditation is part of the ‘Healthy Industrial Relations – Contemporary Enterprises’ project, which was co-funded by the Republic of Cyprus and the European Social Fund. 

 

As a tool for understanding and correctly implementing Cypriot labour law and practice, the accreditation standard focuses on employment law and integrates a number of proven best practices.  The standard concentrates on the following areas:

 
  • Commitment to the implementation and promotion of healthy industrial relations
  • Health and Safety at Work
  • Labour law and human resource management
  • Prevention of harassment and sexual harassment and promotion of equality in employment
  • Work-life balance
 

For further information about the standard, you can visit the following website: http://slr.com.cy/standard/sir2014/

 

2. The Equality Employer standard is a project co-funded by the Republic of Cyprus and the European Social Fund, under the auspices of the Department of Labour Relations of the Ministry of Labour, Welfare and Social Insurance. Accreditation with this standard verifies the existence of an integrated system for promoting the good practices implemented by the Institute in the fields of health and safety, work-life balance, gender equality, labour legislation and employee policies. The Equality Employer award comes from the continuous efforts of the Institute to strengthen gender equality through all processes and human resource management policies. 

 

3. HR Excellence in Research 

The European Commission, on 20 November 2012, acknowledged The Cyprus Institute of Neurology & Genetics for the progress it has made in its Human Resource Strategy for Researchers implementing The European Charter for Researchers and The Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers (Charter & Code) and officially awarded CING the “HR Excellence in Research” logo. The logo "HR Excellence in Research" identifies the institutions and organisations as providers and supporters of a stimulating and favourable working environment for researchers.

The Charter & Code consists of 40 general principles and requirements which specify the roles, responsibilities and entitlements of researchers as well as of employers and/or funders of research. It provides a framework for the career management of researchers and promotes open and transparent recruitment and appraisal procedures.

The ‘HR Strategy for Researchers’ supports research institutions and funding organizations in the implementation of the Charter & Code in their policies and practices.  The concrete implementation of the Charter & Code by research institutions renders them more attractive to researchers looking for a new employer or for a host for their research project.  Funding organisazations implementing the Charter & Code principles contribute to the attractiveness of their national research systems and to the attractiveness of the European Research Area more generally.

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