University of Fort Hare Student Online

University of Fort Hare Student Online

The University Of Fort Harare Student Online Services helps students register their programs and courses and performs additional student related academic duties

To Access the student Online Services, please use the link below;

UFH ITS

Overview

The department is composed of two main streams, namely:

  1. Human Resource Systems Administration – this stream focuses on rendering an efficient human resources administration, the administration of benefits and conditions of employment and human resources legislative compliance; and
  2. Human Resources Professional Services – this stream renders professional support and consultancy service to the HR customers in such areas as Labour Relations, Human Resources Development, Recruitment, Selection and Placement within a single unit.

This approach proposes to address:

  • Customer expectations (One-stop-practitioners);
  • Facilitation of career-pathing and development of position incumbents to the higher positions;
  • Facilitation of the benchmarking process of the positions with the market; and
  • Facilitation of delivery of and effective and efficient Human Resource service.

The Human Resources Strategy shall provide a consistent framework that ensures that:

  • Employees and other stakeholders understand and contribute towards the Vision of the University  of Fort Hare with a clear focus on its Strategic Objectives;
  • The University of Fort Hare Values have been institutionalised and integrated into the way we do business;
  • Employees communicate openly, honestly and continuously in all directions;
  • Long-term, stable relationships with all stakeholders are in place;
  • Human resources policies, guidelines and procedures are aligned with best practice and legislation with regards to:
    • The people and social aspects of the university’s planning;
    • Performance Management;
    • Employee communications;
    • Work design;
    • Human Resources Development;
    • Remuneration;
    • Recruitment, selection, assessment and placement;
    • Equity;
    • Employee relations; and
    • Socio-economic development
  • The University of Fort Hare recognises and actively pursues the need to facilitate the socio-economic advancement of surrounding communities, within the constraints of its limited resources;