We are delighted to announce the creation of a new collaborative coaching partnership between Queens University Belfast (QUB) and University College Cork (UCC).
Queen's has been awarded the Silver Diversity Mark by Diversity Mark in recognition of its commitment to advancing diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
Staff and students came together on Monday 4 October to celebrate the opening of an engaging and informative programme for Black History Month hosted by Queen's African and Caribbean Society.
The Phasing Back to Campus Pathway 2021 webpages provide further information, setting out our plans for a safe and responsible return that follows both the Public Health advice and the requirements of the NI Executive.
Queen’s University offers free access for staff to LinkedIn Learning – an exciting online learning resource. This will complement our current range of face-to-face opportunities and add to our on-demand learning resources.
Queen's University's Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and International Staff Network, 'iRise', has won 'Best Race Initiative' at the Northern Ireland Equality and Diversity Gala and Awards 2020.
The Diversity and Inclusion Unit is delighted to announce that an LGBT Allies Lunch and Learn session will take place on 18 September 2019 in the Senate Room, Lanyon Building.
We are delighted that our Staff Wellbeing team has won the award for Excellence in an Outstanding Employee-Led Initiative at the Inspire Workplace Wellbeing Awards.
The national Universities Human Resources (UHR) Awards recognise HR best practice in UK universities. This year's award for Equality and Diversity went to Queen's for its work in raising awareness around Transgender issues in the workplace.
We care about the mental wellbeing of all of our people at Queen's and understand that everyone is facing increasing pressures in their lives both inside and outside of work.
As part of the commitments set out in our People and Culture Strategy, People First, we are dedicated to putting our people at the centre of everything we do at Queen’s.
One of the primary aims of the People & Culture Strategy, People First, was for Queen’s to become a true listening organisation. We’ve been making a real effort to find out what our people have to say about their experience working at the University.
As part of the commitments set out in Our People & Culture Strategy, People First, we must ensure that Queen’s University is an inclusive, supportive and caring place to work.
Our People & Culture Strategy, People First, recognises that our people are our greatest asset and are key to delivering world class research and high-quality student experience.
Our new People First Strategy was launched at an All Staff Event on 27 March 2018. The Strategy aimed to support the strategic priorities of Queen’s Corporate Plan by putting our people at the centre of everything we do.
As we continue the implementation of our People & Culture Strategy, People First, another important milestone occurs on 14 January 2019 when we launch the new HR Service Centre, the HR Hub.