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Mental Health Awareness Week - new training opportunities

The 9th May marks the launch of Mental Health Awareness Week, the UK’s national week to raise awareness of mental health. This year, the theme for the week is ‘Loneliness’.

Excellence Awards 2022 - now open for nominations

We are pleased to launch the University's Awards for Excellence scheme. The scheme is open to the majority of staff in Grades 1-10 and is designed to reward those employees who have performed well in all the key areas of their jobs, and have consistently demonstrated exceptional performance, significantly above that which might reasonably have been expected for their grade.

Personal Development Review - new online platform now available

We are pleased to announce the launch of NDM’s online Personal Development Review (PDR) system, provided by Simitive.

Book your annual leave via HR self-service

1st October 2021. We are pleased to confirm that the process of requesting annual leave has now moved online, to HR Self-Service. This replaces the previous card system, which is no longer in use.

University HR updates Newsletter

Updates on the following: Work+Family Space – Supporting you and your family, Professional Services conference, National pay negotiations, Additional Bank Holiday 2022

Menopause at Work

New pages launched by Division to raise awareness of Menopause and to provide guidance for line managers

Mental Health Awareness

NDM launches Mental Health awareness training opportunities for staff click to find more details

Return to on-site working

These pages offer the latest information, guidance and support to help you adjust to new ways of working that result from the impacts of coronavirus. The pages include the university advice and guidance regarding a return to on-site working, health and wellbeing, remote working etc...

Professional Services Conference

Professional Service Conference: Staying Connected, 23 September 2020. All colleagues in administrative and professional roles are welcome to attend via Teams Live. Please ensure you register by 18 September.

HR updates newsletter

included: • A new DSE assessment tool has been produced by Occupational Health for staff working from home. • Updated wellbeing guidance and resources • People and Organisational Development (POD) they have a new eLearning page where you can find a wide range of online learning opportunities, guides and resources available for staff. Please note all available POD course will be taught online during Michaelmas term. • Details on the University coaching services and how to apply. • Update from childcare services regarding nursery places