University Of Wisconsin-Madison officials propose personnel policy overhaul
- Officials at the University of Wisconsin-Madison released a sweeping overhaul proposal Friday for how the school's 20,000 employees are classified, recruited, paid and evaluated.
- Among the provisions listed in the plan are performance-based pay increases for faculty and academic staff, a loss of some lay-off protections and a guarantee of a living wage for all employees.
- University officials will host four public forums and two web chats regarding the proposal before submitting it to the Board of Regents in November or December.
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Performance-based pay bumps for faculty and academic staff. A loss of some protections in case you're laid off. A guarantee all employees would be paid a living wage. Those are some provisions in a sweeping overhaul proposed for how UW-Madison's 20,000 employees are classified, recruited, paid and evaluated. The plan, developed from a series of campus-wide meetings during the last nine months, was released Friday by university officials and could take effect next July, pending approval by the University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents and the state Legislature. ...
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