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Four work teams from the campus’ Human Resources Design project have turned in revised recommendations that are responsive to feedback received during a lengthy engagement process.
Following a campus engagement effort that included participation by thousands of members of the campus community, phase 1 Human Resources Design project work teams have submitted revised recommendations that incorporate this feedback.
HR Design phase 2 work teams – Employee Development, Performance Management, Transition and Succession, and Workplace Flexibility – will hold an hour-long Web chat beginning at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, May 23.
HR Design teams are looking for feedback on a new round of draft recommendations to develop a new, more effective personnel system for UW–Madison.
The campus community will get a chance to learn more and share ideas about the HR Design project at several events scheduled for this month.
All UW–Madison students are invited to attend the inaugural UW–Madison Leadership Summit and Career Fair, which aims to connect undergraduate students to employers who are hiring for summer and fall internships, part-time, and full-time job opportunities.
From the first day of work to planning for retirement, a variety of enrichment programs are available to help University of Wisconsin–Madison employees.
Here is a statement from Darrell Bazzell, University of Wisconsin–Madison vice chancellor, regarding meetings of the HR Design project:
Campus feedback is being sought in the HR Design project, as work teams look to firm up recommendations for revamping the university’s human resources structure.
Two campus engagement events designed to gather feedback on the HR Design project are planned next week.
University of Wisconsin–Madison Vice Chancellor Darrell Bazzell said this week that the chance to reshape the university’s HR Design system doesn’t come along frequently.
The Human Resources Design Project will be hosting two forums during the week of Feb. 27 to offer a status report and gather input from employees regarding the campus-wide effort to build a new, more effective University of Wisconsin–Madison personnel system.
Taking a system that is more than 150 years in the making back to the drawing board is a massive assignment.
University of Wisconsin–Madison faculty and staff are being encouraged to offer their observations or ask questions about the historic HR Design project underway on campus.
UW–Madison staff and faculty will have multiple opportunities to offer their perspectives on the campus’ human resources system in several formats this month.
Seven work teams have met through January to remodel the University of Wisconsin–Madison’s human resources and personnel system, laying the groundwork for a historic overhaul of the system.
A campuswide effort to build a new University of Wisconsin–Madison human resources and personnel system is underway, with the goal of creating a more efficient system better able to serve employees, the university and the citizens of Wisconsin.