Class 5: Human and Physical Resources
Following its recent merger, UHI North, West and Hebrides is undergoing a restructure; the below information will be published as soon as the finalised structure is confirmed:
- UHI North, West and Hebrides Staffing Structure
- Staff facilities and services
Policies and procedures
Due to staff from UHI Outer Hebrides and UHI West Highlands having undergone TUPE into the legal entity of UHI North Highland, the college currently has three sets of HR policies. As part of the restructure a set of streamlined policies and procedures will be agreed with staff using the required consultation processes.
If you require a specific HR policy or procedure from any of the legacy colleges, please the FOI Officer firstname.lastname@example.org
Statistical information on staff at institutional level is published annually as part of our public sector Equalities Monitoring obligations. This section will be updated once the report is published.
This section will also contain staff statistical outcomes information (relating to promotion, regrading and salary reviews) once this activity has taken place and the report signed off for publication.
Employee relations and Trade Unions
The College recognises EIS FELA in respect of its teaching staff and UNISON and UNITE for support staff. Details for these institutions can be obtained directly from their respective websites as follows:
EIS FELA: www.eis.org.uk
Following the merger, information relating to the College estate, it’s maintenance and future plans are under review and intended for publication to this page by January 2024.
The college is subject Public Bodies Climate Change Reporting (PBCCR) requirements. The first PBCCR for UHI North, West and Hebrides will be published in late 2024.
Legacy PBCCR data for the legacy colleges is available here: https://sustainablescotlandnetwork.org/reports
Details regarding the collection, maintenance and use of staff data is detailed Staff Privacy Notice
Staff can update their personal data by logging into and amending details by contacting a member of the HR Team.
Details of the College’s data protection arrangements and how to request copies of your personal information is detailed on our website
Policies and Procedures
UHI North, West and Hebrides has a Records Retention and Disposal Policy which follows the UHI Partnership Retention and Disposal Policy, operating within secured and partitioned environments within the UHI online tenancy.
ICT and Knowledge Management Strategy – anticipated by January 2024.
Information Management Governance Strategy – anticipated by January 2024.