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Welcome as a new employee at UiB

University of Bergen - At the right place with the right people

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Dear new colleague,

I would like to wish you welcome as a new employee at the University of Bergen - one of the most exciting workplaces in Western Norway.

People are the most valuable resource for a university. As an employee you will hopefully find that you contribute to "Knowledge that shapes society" - the university's vision.

UiB will provide a stimulating professional environment, nurtured by the diversity of academic disciplines and environments which characterize our institution. We will promote the advantages which stem from working at a robust knowledge institution.

My hope is that you will thrive and develop in an environment characterized by high professional aspirations and good colleagues!

I also encourage you to look further into the information we have gathered for our new employees at this web site.

Best regards,

Dag Rune Olsen, Rector UiB

Practical information for you employment

  • In the HR - portalen you will find information on paychecks, registration of working hours, application for holiday etc. We recommend that everyone keeps their contact information and their emergency contacts updated.

  • The employee handbook is a useful tool for all employees at UiB. Here you will find information related to your working relationship.

  • Here you will find information about working conditions, such as normal working hours, wages, travel and other conditions

  • Here you will find information about Trade Unions and Safety delegates at UiB

  • Information for new employees

  • UiB takes data protection and data security seriously. All our employees and students complete a basic course in these two topics.Click here to enroll

UiBhjelp 

  • UiBhjelp (NO) is a system for all types of user inquiries – a single, common service portal for employees and students.

  • Log on UiBhjelp here

Keep yourself updated

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