UiO's personnel policy
UiO’s personnel policy is a common platform in which the human resources management of the whole university must be anchored. Personnel policy shall provide a basis for consistent practice in human resources management.
Important values: employees shall have meaningful tasks, individual development opportunities, a good working environment and an institutional culture characterised by a high level of professional and social commitment.
UiO shall actively use all available means of recruiting and retaining attractive expertise, adapted to the university’s own priorities and the needs of the community.
Personnel follow-up and competency development
The individual manager is responsible for actively following up his or her staff, among other things through regular performance appraisal interviews. Tasks shall be individually adapted to meet both UiO’s needs for its activities and the individual staff member’s qualifications, life phase and life situation.
Employees shall be given individual influence in and responsibility for their own work. At the same time, the knowledge and experience of the trade unions shall be drawn on in the operation and development of UiO.
Wage policy forms an integral part of UiO’s personnel policy, and shall contribute to ensuring a predictable and consistent practice in the determining of the individual employee’s salary level.