Leiden University will shortly have a new website. What will change for internal and external visitors to the site? And for the web editors who work on the site?
ICLON offers training programmes that can support lecturers while they study for their BKO. These training courses are also suitable for lecturers who are not studying for their teaching qualification, but who simply want to gain a deeper understanding of one of these topics.
Pilot e-recruitment • Programme staff association
Changes in the Work and Care Act (WAZO) as of 1 July 2015
Business travel to high risk areas and/or in case of (imminent) disasters • Final report on staff survey available • Sign up now for the teacher training courses (autumn 2015)
Leiden University is pleased to welcome its new staff to an introductory meeting on Monday 21 September.
New commuting allowance regulation
During the student elections for the University Council, Studenten Groepering Leiden (SGL, Student Assembly Leiden) gained a seat and caught up to the Lijst Vooruitstrevende Studenten (LVS, List Progressive Students). Both parties now have three seats in the council. The voter turnout for the elections was 21%.
New Collective Labour Agreement (cao) for Dutch Universities
Automatic notification for registering work for third parties • Seminar on Evidence-based Education Reform: from Policy to Practice
Feedback on staff survey
New training course from HRM Training Department: Handling negotiations
Personnel Monitor Reminder: Your opinion matters, so share it with us! • New version of BWNU 2014 and ZANU 2013 texts ratified
Expense claims for travel and other costs temporarily not possible via Self Service
Symposium: LDE Diversity - Let's make things happen
Introductory session for new staff • 'Personal Leadership for Academics' programme
New rules for the use of ICT and Internet • New HRM training courses
End-of-year income tax statement for 2014 now available in Self Service
Last week the registration for the elections for the Faculty Council of Faculty Campus The Hague took place for the academic year 2015/2016.
Since the beginning of 2016 professor Bernard Steunenberg is no longer the vice dean of the faculty with the portfolio on education because of a sabbatical. A review on four years ‘The Hague’ in four questions.