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Recently hired faculty and staff have the opportunity to tour UW's sprawling, 933-acre campus that is their new workplace.
The university's professional leadership development pipeline, the Job Rotation Program, positioned one program member to win a team Administrative Improvement Award for contributions to process improvements in the School of Nursing.
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.
Chief Human Resources Officer finalists Patrick Sheehan and Mary Lucal will return to campus for a final round of conversations with executive leadership and others as the university continues this important search.
The Office of Human Resources provides a policy for employees in case of inclement weather.
The 2022 Employee Benefits and Resource Fair will be held Monday, Oct. 3 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Union South and will offer resources for all UW staff.
The strategy, supported by an allocation of $28 million, is to make the university a market-competitive employer in rewarding and retaining faculty and staff.
Many UW–Madison employees have been working remotely during the pandemic. Now, as campus reunites, a revised policy provides guidance for those seeking such flexibility in the future.
Joshua Schiffman has been hired as the new director of the University of Wisconsin–Madison’s Employee Assistance Office. Joshua Schiffman Schiffman currently serves on…
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.
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.
In January, UW–Madison will provide a 2 percent wage increase to employees under the 2019–2021 pay plan.
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.
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.
The survey asks how the university can support faculty and staff, whether they are already working on-site or will be at some future time. The survey also requests input on improvements in the campus response to COVID-19.
Well-being is often considered an individual responsibility, but the COVID-19 pandemic has reminded us that there is a communal dimension to well-being as well. Both…