UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
The mission of the Office of Human Resources is to support the University of Wisconsin-River Falls as a comprehensive university. Our goal is to assist staff as we support the mission of the university to help prepare students to be productive, creative, ethical, engaged citizens and leaders with an informed global perspective. We will effectively and creatively administer all functions of human resources. We are committed to providing effective and ethical service to current and prospective employees by attracting, developing and retaining a respectful and diverse work force.
Please review your current home and/or mailing address in the My UW System Portal and make any needed changes by January 19, 2015 to ensure your preferred address is used for W-2 Form distribution.
To review your current address information, log in to the My UW System Portal. Your current home address will be displayed in the 'Personal Information' module. If this is not your preferred address for W-2 Form distribution, you may update your home and/or mailing address by clicking on the 'Update my Personal Information' link in the 'Personal Information' module.Additional instructions on how to update your address information can be found here: https://uwservice.wisc.edu/help/personal-information.php.
While in the 'Personal Information' module in the portal, you are also encouraged to use the available links to self-identify your veteran, disability status or ethnicity. Self-identifying is optional. This information is used only for federal reporting purposes and will not be shared in any other way.
*Please note that in addition to the hard copy W-2 Form distribution, an electronic copy of the form will also be available in the My UW System Portal in the 'Payroll Information' module under the 'Tax Statements' tab.
DMC/DERA links can now be found under "Classified Employee Information"
Mutual of Omaha is now offering a new long term care insurance (LTCi) plan, called MutualCare Custom Solution. This is a voluntary, employee-pay-all plan. It is the only LTCi plan currently available for enrollment. Employees and annuitants who previously purchased a United of Omaha (through HealthChoice) or John Hancock (through Senior Care) long term care insurance plan are unaffected and may keep their LTCi coverage. Select HERE for more information.
On April 23, 2014 University of Wisconsin System received approval to begin implementation of new personnel systems for UW System (University Personnel System - UPS) and UW-Madison. These systems are required by legislation, implementation was originally scheduled for 2013, but later delayed until July 1, 2015. Read the full release here.
History: Two personnel systems were mandated in the 2011-13 biennial budget; one system for UW-Madison and one for the balance of the UW System. Both systems address staffing, compensation, training, performance management, diversity and legal compliance. Click here to read the UPS Project Team recommendations.
The UPS Task Force has provided information regarding development by UWSA of a website intended to provide regular updates on development, a list of frequently asked questions, and UPS committee notes and membership and feedback is now available. This website is at https://www.wisconsin.edu/personnelsystems/. The link to the UPS website will also be listed at the My UW System portal for employee access.
Tax-Sheltered Annuity 403b - The UW Tax-Sheltered Annuity (TSA) 403b plan has announced that there will be no administrative fee to participate in the TSA plan for 2014.
The UW TSA 403(b) Plan provides a low-cost way to save for retirement. All funds are no-load: there are no sales commissions or broker fees. There is no University fee. The UW TSA companies have no annual fees. Participants have access to funds with special low-cost share classes like Fidelity K Shares and TIAA-CREF Institutional share classes. For more information regarding the TSA plan visit the UWSA TSA website at: http://www.uwsa.edu/ohrwd/benefits/ret/tsa/.