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- Employee recruitment and selection agenciesFor anything related to recruitment or selection, you can contact one of several of our standard agencies. From 1 July we will be working with a number of standard agencies, allowing you to choose from a list of suppliers. The agreements with these suppliers include fixed rates. The agencies involved are familiar with the university, meaning they can easily get procedures off the ground. This results in a new procedure that is more efficient and less time-consuming. Parties under contract The table below reflects the agencies that have been contracted for which types of roles within the university from 1 July 2022: Role type Involves the following positions Agency 1 Academic staff Perrett Laver The Chain Company 2 Administrative and Support Staff Eqib Hengelo B.V. Holtrop Ravesloot InterExcellent IT Regie Management B.V. Lohman Advies Public Search B.V. The Chain Company 3 Administrative positions/management positions Eqib Hengelo B.V. Holtrop Ravesloot InterExcellent Executive Search B.V. Lohman Advies Perrett
- Hiring OfficeAll UT hiring has been centralised. Find out what this means for you as a manager.
- Leadership at UTThe UT has its own leadership framework to create a shared understanding of leadership and provide clarity on the expectations and responsibilities of leaders in promoting well-being, creating a safe environment and fostering the growth and development of employees and themselves. Stakeholder involvement The framework is the result of co-creation, with a diverse group of UT leaders contributing their valuable insights and expertise. It is the outcome of careful consideration and collaboration with various stakeholders within the organization. The framework serves as a reflection- and dialogue tool for development conversations, such as annual reviews, and provides input for recruitment processes, training, and assessment programs. It is intended as a guide and a common reference point for leaders to actively contribute to the vision of a talent-powered culture at the university. It's important to emphasize that it is not a checklist, nor an additional job profile or requirement, and does not guarantee promotions
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- Well-being for employeesan overview of various initiatives to promote your well-being.