The purpose of the project is the strengthening of Human Resources Management in higher education institutions and the development of innovative self-assessment tools for benchmarking Human Resources Management.
The Croatian Agency for Science and Higher Education is the project leader of the project HRMinHEI co-funded by the Erasmus + programme, in partnership with higher education institutions from Croatia and Europe: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences University of Rijeka and University College Algebra from Croatia, Danube University Krems from Austria and University of Tampere from Finland.
|Projektzeitraum||15.09.2016 - 14.01.2019|
Zentrum für Bildungsmanagement und Hochschulentwicklung
|Projektverantwortung (Donau-Universität Krems)||Univ.-Prof. Dkfm. Dr. habil Attila Pausits|
Kivistö, J.; Pekkola, E.; Pausits, A.; Reisky, F.; Mugabi, H. (2017). Policy impacts on human resource management in higher education – A comparison between Austria and Finland. Paper presented at the CHER 30th Annual Conference in Jyväskylä, Finland.
Mugabi, H.; Pekkola, E.; Kivistö; J.; Pausits, A.; Reisky, F., Susanj, Z. (2017). The Functions of Human Resource Management in Higher Education Institutions: A Literature Review. Paper presented at the EAIR 39th Annual Forum in Porto, Portugal
Pausits, A.; Reisky, F.; Humer, R. (2017). Career tracks for academic staff in teaching-intensive, practice-oriented universities. The case of Danube University Krems . Paper presented at the EAIR 39th Annual Forum in Porto, Portugal
Human Resources Management in Higher Education Institutions - Country Findings Austria
Workshop on Functions of Human Resources Management in Higher Education; Agency for Science and Higher Education, Zagreb, 23.02.2017