Career development for organisations

Career development for organisations

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Resources for research supporting organisations

 

EURAXESS Employer Engagement Toolkit

EURAXESS Employer Engagement Toolkit

A set of accessible, easy-to-use resources aimed at encouraging and supporting EURAXESS Service Centres (ESCs) and Research Performing Organizations (RPOs) to increase their outreach to and engagement with business employers. This includes:

 

  • Resources, advice and information to reach out to industry
  • Good practices in academia-business engagement activities
  • Info on labour market (shared with the Career Development Module)
  • Info on high level skills in different employment sectors (shared with the Career Development Module)
  • Flagging EURAXESS services for business employers

All focused on allowing RPOs in general and ESCs in particular to develop their academia-business engagement plans.

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REFLEX App and guide

REFLEX App and guide

The REFLEX App is an online tool developed to help research institutions and professionals assisting researchers to take a more comprehensive and sustainable approach to the career development of researchers. The tool provides examples of activities that can be carried out to support the professional development of researchers in five key areas: mobility, networking, academic skills development, company and organisational interaction and career development as such.

The tool will help you to:

 

  • Explore which career support services are already available at your institution.
  • Build a tailor-made institutional career development strategy.
  • Increase the visibility of career support services to your researchers.

Learn more about the tool and how you can use at the REFLEX project website.

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Further reading and policy recommendations

Further reading and policy recommendations

During its exploration of how the network can support researchers in their career development EURAXESS collected literature relevant to the field that will serve as background reading to further develop your knowledge of the field. From this study a number of policy recommendations were proposed for research supporting organisations.

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Glossary of terms

Glossary of terms

Confused by some of the terminology?

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