HR policies

responsible for developing and maintaining policies, and undertaking strategic project work

The HR policy team develop and maintain the School’s HR policies alongside managing the joint committees with the School’s trade unions. 

The team also undertake a range of strategic project work relating to employee engagement, employee wellbeing and general employee relations.    

HR policies

LSE's key policy documents, including those maintained by HR, are kept together in a central policy portal. A full A to Z of policies available to staff, is available here

In addition, various guidance documents are available in HR's A to Z of useful documents.

If you would prefer to consult a member of the team for advice, a full list of HR staff and their areas of responsibility is available on the HR people page. 

The Staff Survey

LSE ran a staff survey from mid-November until mid-December 2015. The survey results were published in February 2016. The final school action plan is available to download here [PDF].

Professor Julia Black, Interim Director, and Andrew Young, COO, are leading the staff survey steering group to ensure we remain on track and all actions are implemented.

Progress against the agreed action plan following the 1st November 2016 staff survey steering group meeting can be viewed by theme here:

Leadership [PDF]

Communication [PDF]

Recognition and celebrating success [PDF]

PSS career development [PDF]

Work life balance [PDF]

Behaviours [PDF]

Collaboration [PDF]

EDI [PDF]

In addition, the results from the School's first ever Staff Pulse Survey are now in!

Running in May, the Pulse Survey was an opportunity for LSE to take stock of how staff feel the School is doing, and understand whether the Action Plan is taking LSE in the right direction and towards an environment that staff want to work in.

Employee wellbeing resources

The HR policy team organises various activities and provides various facilities, resources and external links related to staff wellbeing.

To explore these resources in full, please feel free to explore LSE's staff wellbeing portal.

 

If you have any further queries, please feel free to contact a member of the HR Policy team.