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.
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As required by the State of Wisconsin, the pay plan included in the 2017-2019 state budget must be formally approved by the Joint Committee on Employment Relations (JCOER). In anticipation of that approval, we are moving forward with developing distribution guidelines.
The proposed pay plan distribution will be 4% divided into two installments to eligible employees with half of the increase effective July 1, 2018, and the other half effective Jan. 1, 2019. Faculty, academic staff holding an instructional or non-instructional renewable appointment, limited appointees, and permanent and project university staff not represented by a collective bargaining agreement will be considered for an adjustment, if meeting all required criteria. Temporary employees and academic staff holding an instructional or non-instructional fixed-term terminal appointment are not eligible for pay plan adjustments. Any adjustments for these employee categories will have to be considered outside of the pay plan policy and be funded through the campus budget. Campus leadership values the work of all employees and is actively reviewing options for those employees who would not be included in the state pay plan.
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Please review your current home and/or mailing address in the MyUW Portal and update as necessary.
To review your current address information, log in to the MyUW Portal. Your current home address will be displayed in the 'Personal Information' module. 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.