Guides and information on how to use the People Manager tool
Information and guidance on the electronic document management system - Onbase.
Employment and training guidance for Assistant Lecturers, GLAs and PGR students who don't teach (but may want to in future).
Information for managers about payroll for new starters and staff
Information for managers on the different types of employment contracts
Guidance for managers on the process for changing contracts.
Information for managers for when a member of the team leaves the University.
How to support a team that is working in a flexible way, such as at different times or from different locations.
What you may need to consider when assessing a flexible working request.
Guidance for managers with team members who are working from home.
Find out what our arrangements are for managing health and safety.
All senior managers are responsible for showing leadership on health and safety.
As a manager or supervisor, there are number of health and safety responsibilities you need to meet.
As a principal investigator you are responsible for the health and safety management of your research project and for the health and safety of staff you line manage.
These tools and information will help to ensure that employees have a suitable health and safety induction.
The law requires that the University consults with staff and their safety representatives before implementing changes that may substantially affect their health and safety.
This procedure sets out how consultation will take place on new health and safety policies and standards that apply across the University.
The Health and Safety Group and specialist sub-committees consult on health and safety matters that affect the University as a whole.
Routine inspections check that health and safety standards are being followed and meeting legal requirements.
Reporting on health and safety performance is necessary so that the University is aware of any risks and potential shortcomings.
The University is required to have arrangements in place for monitoring health and safety, this includes routine inspections and periodical auditing.
Line managers are responsible for the health and safety of their team and this includes ensuring that they are not affected by work-related stressors.
For managers wishing to consult Occupational Health regarding a concern about a member of staff.
Investigations may need to be undertaken where there are allegations of misconduct or of bullying or harassment.
The aim of the disciplinary procedure is to help and encourage people to achieve and maintain these standards.
The aim of the capability procedure is to help people improve and maintain their performance and job satisfaction.
Find information and guidance for managers on how to run staff appraisals
Guidance for managers on the types of probation period that apply in different circumstances, key supporting documentation and links to useful resources.
Line managers and supervisors of PGR students are responsible for reviewing any requests for withdrawal from profile publication.
Guidance for staff regarding the steps to take in the unfortunate event of the death of one our employees.