Welcome to the Human Resources web pages. The HR Division has both corporate
and operational responsibilities covering the development and maintenance of
employment policies, procedures and systems and the provision for a range of services
to managers and individual members of staff. These services include recruitment,
contract formation, remuneration, pensions, staff wellbeing and staff development.
:: The Autumn edition of your Employee Assistance Programme newsletter is now available
Payroll Services is responsible for paying UCL employees and
providing guidance on Tax and NI issues as well operating the GAYE, child care
voucher, bicycle and voluntary benefit reward schemes.
UCL Pension Services provides a professional and effective on-site service to UCL employees and UCL stakeholders, both internal and external for all pension scheme membership matters. Pension Scheme Membership is an important and significant part of the overall UCL benefits package.
Responsible for administration of the employment relationship
for staff below professoriate level including; employment contract letters,
adjustments to contracts of employment, employment references, advice on policy
and employment legislation.
The Equalities & Diversity website is for both staff and student issues at UCL. Please use these pages to accesses information on:
current equalities initiatives taking place at UCL
staff and student networks
advice and guidance on your rights and responsibilities
training and events
Provides a professional advice and guidance service to managers
and staff on employee relations, change management and non routine employment
related issues including. work permits, probation, regradings and Criminal Record checks.
Provides learning and development services
for staff including; continuous professional development, team development,
and leadership and management development. Also provides professional advice
on change management and organisational design.
Occupational Health team provide a comprehensive occupational
health service to assist University College London in promoting physical and
psychological well being and prevent illness and injury arising from work activity.
Responsible for managing UCL's HR web site, producing statistical
data, development and maintenance of HR information systems and their relationship
with other core UCL systems and providing support to users of HR Systems.
Responsible for the development of and training on HR Administrative systems and processes, the placement of recruitment advertisements and booking of temporary agency staff