Read this message in: Español Hmoob བོད་སྐད Tibetan 中文 Chinese नेपाली Nepali To our UW–Madison employees, Yesterday, Dec. 30, Madison…
Nearly 300 second and third shift staff members at UW–Madison had an opportunity to enjoy good food, socialize with colleagues, and meet Bucky Badger at an employee appreciation event.
Most of the changes employees will see on their paychecks will happen automatically. However, it is important that employees understand the changes and how they affect their paycheck amounts.
The survey asks questions about onsite work, experiences with remote work, and how the university can best support the many employees transitioning back to campus.
Revenue funds parking lots and facilities, bus service, and federal- and state-mandated alternate transportation activities.
“The TTC Project will ... help UW–Madison to attract, develop, reward, and retain the best people,” says Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration Laurent Heller.
The site was highlighted by Voice of America’s Tibetan news as an example of how linguistic diversity and inclusion are recognized and honored by the university.
Partners in Giving announced 4,500 state, University and UW Health employees pledged over $2.1 million during the 2020 Stronger, Together campaign. A symbolic check for that amount was presented to 11 umbrella charities and the 520 member charities they represent.
Many employees have been deferring time off because they could not travel, spend time with family and friends, or get away from managing pandemic-related issues. But time off from work at regular intervals is important.
Beginning in April, employees who are currently paid biweekly will have most deductions for benefits split evenly over the first two biweekly paychecks each month. Beginning in July, employees who are paid monthly will be moved to a biweekly pay schedule.
An online information session is set for 5 p.m. on Thursday to keep the campus community up to date with the latest on spring COVID-19 testing requirements and the Safer Badgers app.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison recently announced an enhanced health and safety program that will begin in January. It will include expanded on-campus COVID-19 testing…
University Health Services will manage the process of administering vaccines to frontline health care workers and other individuals at UW–Madison who are eligible for the initial phase of vaccination, or Phase 1a.
In January, UW–Madison will provide a 2 percent wage increase to employees under the 2019–2021 pay plan.
In order to address the continuing financial challenges UW–Madison is facing, Chancellor Rebecca Blank announced a second round of unpaid furlough for most employees in the first half of 2021.
With the winter months upon us, UW–Madison’s Office of Human Resources reminds employees working on campus of inclement weather guidelines. During the pandemic, these guidelines apply to those who are working on-site, not to those working remotely.
The answers will help UW–Madison’s public health team decide where to establish campus COVID-19 testing sites in the spring, as well as the days and hours of operation.
Given the current public health situation, UW–Madison campus administration has collaborated with Transportation Services to temporarily expand parking options for graduate and professional students and lower-paid employees.
Supervisors should provide flexibility to UW–Madison employees who plan to vote in-person on Election Day, Nov. 3. Employees should reach out to their supervisor to ensure their voting plan can be accommodated.
UW–Madison, along with the other UW System institutions and the State of Wisconsin, will not be implementing this option.