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The Faculty Senate has approved a change to the University of Wisconsin–Madison’s academic calendar to better align spring recess with those of local K-12 school districts and provide greater consistency for the timing of the recess from year to year. This change will start in the 2024-25 academic year; it will not affect the 2024 spring recess.
Since 2013, the Administrative Improvement Awards have recognized outstanding work in customer service, process design or redesign, innovation or development that has resulted in improved effectiveness and efficiency, new revenue growth, cost or time savings, improved service delivery, or other benefits.
Pay raises for trades employees, as part of the Tentative Collective Bargaining Agreements, were approved by the Joint Committee on Employee Relations (JCOER) in December. The agreements had to be approved by the full state legislature and the governor before implementation.
Recently hired faculty and staff have the opportunity to tour UW's sprawling, 933-acre campus that is their new workplace.
University Health Services nurses nurses Kelly Yahn, Sally Lynd and Jenny Kind share what it's like providing vaccinations for UW student and employees each year.
University of Wisconsin–Madison leaders continue to meet with shared governance leaders to discuss the path forward for a pay plan for UW employees.
UW–Madison employees can find information on campus procedures and how to respond in cases of inclement weather.
The revised timeline allows for thorough product and process testing; integration of ancillary systems (current systems, tools, or applications that will interact with Workday); and the effective adoption of business process changes.
Partners in Giving provides much-needed support to the essential services and charitable work of more than 500 organizations. The 2023 campaign theme is “Be Part of Something Bigger” — a tribute to the power our charitable contributions can have in the community when we come together.
All second- and third-shift employees are invited to attend the Aug. 16 ice cream social at the Bakke Recreation and Wellbeing Center.
Following the JCF's allocation, the Wisconsin Legislature's Joint Committee on Employment Relations will now consider a plan to provide a pay increase to all state and UW System employees, including UW–Madison employees.
The annual event serves as a gesture of thanks for employees’ hard work and dedication throughout the academic year.
All UW–Madison employees can join for an ice cream social on June 27 from 1-2:30 p.m.
The HR Partner Team Awards recognized three outstanding examples of strategic thinking, process improvement and partnership.
Students and employees can find information and resources to support their health as several respiratory viruses circulate this semester.
Sheehan brings a variety of leadership experiences, extensive knowledge about the university, solid existing relationships with university stakeholders, and a strong vision for the future of work at UW–Madison.
Pay increases will go into effect for many UW employees beginning Jan. 1, 2023.
Most UW staff reported feeling welcomed and respected at work. The survey also indicated areas for improvement. Next steps include soliciting feedback on the results and identifying strategies for improvement.
The State, UW and UW Health Employees Combined Campaign of Dane County gives much-needed support to the essential services and charitable work of more than 500 local, state, national and international organizations.
Chancellor Rebecca Blank shared the following statement following Thursday’s action on state employee compensation by the Joint Committee on Finance: “We appreciate the action of…