Are you facing an integrity issue? Do you have questions about a specific situation? Don’t worry. The following Hasselt University colleagues will be happy to advise and assist you.
OMBUDSMAN FOR PHD STUDENTS
Are you a PhD student? Are there problems with your working relationship with your supervisor? Or have you encountered integrity issues in the course of your research? If so, get in touch. Together we’ll try to get your PhD back on track.
HR BUSINESS PARTNER
Do you have questions about integrity within HR areas such as training, well-being, evaluation and functioning, employment status and careers? We’ll be happy to help you with all your integrityrelated questions and challenges.
- HR business partners : Katrien Tips & Sarah Verleysen
- contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
- tel: 011 26 80 80
- More info
Are relations with your colleagues not going smoothly? Are you experiencing bullying, sexual harassment, discrimination or aggression? Or are you suffering physical or psychological harm as a result of the organisation of your work, or the content, conditions or circumstances of your employment? If so, get in touch with one of Hasselt University's seven confidants. We will be happy to listen to your problems and look for a solution together.
- Confidant UHasselt : Ilse Van Damme
- Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or find another cofidant on this webpage
Are you wondering whether the demands of your work are compatible with your capabilities? Do you have questions such as: Can I simply carry on working in the lab during my pregnancy? How can I avoid burnout? The Hasselt University occupational doctor monitors the health and wellbeing of our employees on a preventive basis.
HEALTH AND SAFETY ADVISER FOR PSYCHOSOCIAL ASPECTS
Are you experiencing psychological and/or physical complaints as a result of your working conditions? Would you like to have the risks analysed, either formally or informally? If so, contact the health and safety adviser for psychosocial aspects. We devise preventive measures and receive requests for informal and formal psychosocial intervention.