Assistant Athletic Director for Business Affairs – Open to UW System Employees Only

The Assistant Athletic Director for Business Affairs reports to the Director of Intercollegiate Athletics, and provides oversight and management of athletics department finances and internal department operations.  This position also has dotted line reporting to the campus Budget Director.

For more information and full position responsibilities, please see the full position announcement.

THIS POSITION IS CURRENTLY OPEN TO UW SYSTEM EMPLOYEES ONLY. To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Monday, May 9, 2016.

Employee Appreciation Week Winners

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As part of Employee Appreciation Week, celebrated May 2 – 6, employees across campus were entered into a drawing for daily preferred parking and free lunch with campus leadership. And the winners are… Drumroll please…

Daily Preferred Parking:

Monday, May 2, 2016

  • Pat Theyerl
  • Lidia Nonn
  • Alissa Warpinski

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

  • Christopher Paquet
  • Jean Haroldson
  • Tammy Olp

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

  • Adam Novotny
  • Jennifer Schwahn
  • Kevin Suddick

Thursday, May 5, 2016

  • Erinn Aubry
  • Todd Dresser
  • Lynn Niemi

Friday, May 6, 2016

  • Linda Peacock-Landrum
  • Lynn Brandt
  • Nora Kanzenbach

 

Lunch with Leadership

  • Pat Theyerl
  • Kimberly Vlies
  • Kristy Aoki
  • Jeff Schulz
  • Joe Schoenebeck

Congratulations to all the winners!  Winners will be contacted directly with information on parking or lunch details.

Check out the HR blog for full details on all Employee Appreciation Week events.  Thank you for all you do!

“There’s No UWGB without U!”

Employee Appreciation Week (May 2 – 6, 2016)

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May 2-6, 2016

“There is No UWGB without U!”

Employee Appreciation Week is being celebrated May 2-6 on campus! This is a week to honor employees. The Employee Appreciation Week Work Group is putting the final touches together on a week of fun, and we encourage all employees to take part in activities during this week and the few days leading up to it. More activites will be added to the schedule as they are confirmed!

By Noon on Friday, April 29:

1:00 pm Friday, April 29:

  • Drawings will occur for daily preferred parking and the opportunity for FREE Lunch with Leadership. Complete the survey above to be entered to win!

May 2 – 6 Week long events:

  • Continue to send compliments to Jena Richter at richterj@uwgb.edu for the UWGB Compliments Facebook page.
  • Take advantage of Shorewood’s lunch special for staff and faculty— Lunch, a drink, and 3 holes of golf for $10. (Please call ahead to reserve. Ex: 2118)
  • 30% savings on a new line of Outdoor Activity Merchandise at the Phoenix Bookstore
  • Watch the Social Media pages of HR and other departments for great updates throughout the week. Be sure to also check out the UWGB Compliments Facebook page where we will be posting anonymous messages we have received to thank fellow employees.
  • FREE Popcorn* for all employees in the Phoenix Club, please bring your ID.

Tuesday May 3:

  • FREE Ice Cream* for all employees outside the Phoenix Bookstore from 1 pm to 3 pm
    • Flavors include: Cookie dough, Mint Chip, Chocolate, Strawberry, Butter Pecan, and Pretzel Palooza
    • Please bring your ID

Wednesday, May 4

  • 20% off all apparel at the Phoenix Bookstore. Stock up for the summer!

Thursday, May 5:

  • Casual Dress Day (All Day)
  • Team Building Activities- take a break and participate in activities with your co-workers.
    • 11:45 a.m. – 1:15 p.m., across campus
    • At 12:15 there will be a competition between Campus Leadership that you won’t want to miss!
    • We will have Giant Checkers, Jenga, Jump Rope, Skip It, Connect 4, Ping Pong and so many more games for you to play.
    • Sue Bodilly and friends will be organzing a Pickle Ball game or two.
  • Come get your picture taken with Phlash.

Friday, May 6:

  • Phoenix Friday
  • 20% off all apparel at the Phoenix Bookstore. Stock up for the summer!
  • 50 and Forward Celebration

*Ice cream and popcorn funded by the University Staff Committee

Once again, we highly encourage all to partake in these activities! Thank you for all you do!

“There is no UWGB without U!” 

WRS Annual Statement of Benefits Now Available in the Portal

If you were covered by the Wisconsin Retirement System (WRS) in 2015, your WRS Annual Statement of Benefits is now available in My UW System. Go to the Benefit Information module and click on the Statements tab. Click on “2015 ETF Annual Statement of Benefits (WRS) Issued 2016” to view or print your statement.

The WRS Annual Statement of Benefits provides you with information about your WRS account as of January 1, 2016. The Explanation of Annual Statement of Benefits provides you with information to help you understand your statement. The Department of Employee Trust Funds (ETF) has also published an Introductory Letter for the statement.

It is recommended that you review each section of your statement using the explanation as a guide:

  • 2015 Earnings and Service
  • Years of Creditable Service as of January 1, 2016
  • 2015 Employee Required Contributions (Note: In section 3, the small amounts shown in Employer Paid Employee contributions occur due to rounding in calculations used to produce this statement or from the payroll system.  This does not apply to all employees.)
  • Additional Contribution
  • Primary Beneficiary Designation(s) for WRS Required Account
  • Separation Benefit
  • Death Benefit
  • Formula Benefit Data
  • Money Purchase Balance (Total required employee and matching employer contributions, including interest.)
  • Retirement Benefit Projections

NOTE: New WRS participants who enrolled in late December 2015, and whose first wages were paid in January 2016, will not receive a statement because no WRS contributions were paid in 2015.

Additional Resources

A schedule of the Live Webinar: Understanding Your Annual WRS Statement of Benefits is available on the WRS Annual Statement of enefits Help Page along with other resources.

Please contact the Human Resources office at 920-465-2390 or payrollandbenefits@uwgb.edu if you have any questions.

CURRENT: Crucial Conversations Lunch n’ Learn by Mark Kaiser

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Crucial Conversations Lunch n’ Learn by Mark Kaiser
Wednesday, May 18, 2016
11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Register Here

This event is coordinated and hosted by Current, the Greater Green Bay Chamber’s young professionals group targeting individuals age 21-40.

Crucial Conversations

All relationships experience conflict; effective crucial conversations can use those situations to build stronger personal and professional relationships that provide a foundation for future success. One of the qualities influential leaders often possess is the ability to manage these conversations and achieve a desired result. In this session, Mark Kaiser will discuss the consequences of poorly managed conflict and steps for how you can properly guide difficult conversations and create a winning company culture.

About the Speaker

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Mark A. Kaiser
President/CEO
Lindquist Machine Corporation

Mark Kaiser serves as the president and CEO of Lindquist Machine Corporation, a custom machine builder located in Green Bay, Wis. Lindquist offers full service custom machine building in the automation, converting, food processing, packaging, paper, oil & gas, pharmaceutical, plastics, printing, nuclear energy and wind energy industries.

Prior to joining Lindquist, Kaiser served as the vice president of contract manufacturing for Ariens Company, vice president of sales and marketing for Pioneer Metal Finishing and market development manager of PPG Industries located in Greensboro, North Carolina.

His community involvement includes serving as the vice chair of executive team, Achieve Brown County; board member, Partners in Education of the Greater Green Bay Chamber; board member, Greater Green Bay Chamber; board member, Wisconsin Manufacturing Extension Partnership; board member, First Business Bank; steering committee member and past chair, NEW Manufacturing Alliance; and elder, Jacob’s Well Church.

Menu

Chicken Caprese – Italian seasoned chicken breast baked with mozzarella cheese, basil and tomato served over pasta and finished with a drizzle of balsamic glaze and seasonal vegetables.

Event Registration

$15 Members of Current | $25 Nonmembers of Current

Free with 2016 Lunch n’ Learn or All-Inclusive Events Package – Learn More

To ensure proper membership pricing for Current or an events package enrollment, please use the email address we have on file for you when registering online. There is a 96-hour cancellation policy.

Event Sponsor

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Speaker
Mark A. Kaiser
Lindquist Machine Corporation

Agenda
11 am Registration & Networking
11:30 am Lunch Served
12 pm Presentation
1 pm Conclusion

Location
Tundra Lodge Resort & Waterpark
www.tundralodge.com
865 Lombardi Ave.
Green Bay, WI 54304
Map to Event
Maximum Attendees: 150

Thank you to our Sponsors

Sponsors

 

CURRENT: After 5 at Green Bay Country Club & ADP Cares Charity Golf Tournament

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After 5 at Green Bay Country Club & ADP Cares Charity Golf Tournament
Monday, May 2, 2016
5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Register Here

This event is coordinated and hosted by Current, the Greater Green Bay Chamber’s young professionals group targeting individuals age 21-40.

After 5 at Green Bay Country Club

Exclusive access to the member-owned Green Bay Country Club is at your fingertips during this After 5 event designed just for you. This private club experience will be your oasis for one evening only as we enjoy breathtaking views of the course and explore other amenities such as dining, tennis, swimming and more.

We are partnered with the ADP Cares Charity Golf Outing for this event. Those who choose to golf will join us following their round on the course. See details below about registering to golf.

Bring your friends and colleagues. Cash bar.

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ADP Cares Charity Golf Tournament
Proceeds from this year’s ADP Cares Charity Golf Tournament will support a new program initiative by Current – Young Professionals to better connect summers interns with the Greater Green Bay community. To register for the golf tournament hosted prior to the After 5 event by ADP at Green Bay Country Club, please visit http://www.birdeasepro.com/ADPcares. Noon shotgun start.

Powerful technology plus a human touch. Companies of all types and sizes around the world rely on ADP’s cloud software and expert insights to help unlock the potential of their people. HR. Talent. Benefits. Payroll. Compliance. Working together to build a better workforce. For more information, visit http://www.adp.com/.

Event Registration

Advance registration for the After 5 event is appreciated for planning purposes. Please register using the email we have on file for you. Registration for the golf outing must be completed at http://www.birdeasepro.com/ADPcares.

Agenda

11 am – 5 pm ADP Cares Charity Golf Tournament
5 pm – 8 pm After 5 Open House Format

Location

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Green Bay Country Club
www.greenbaycountryclub.com
2400 Klondike Rd.
Green Bay, WI 54311
Map to Event
Maximum Attendees: 150

Thank you to our Sponsors

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Financial Specialist Senior (Bookstore) – Open to UW System Employees Only

This position, under the general supervision of the Bookstore Director, will execute accounting/bookkeeping duties for the UW – Green Bay Phoenix Bookstore.  Primary responsibilities of this position include documenting and depositing monies, processing invoices, posting and reporting financial activity, and compiling and distributing periodic financial statements and reports.  Responsibilities will also include keeping all financial records organized in compliance with State of Wisconsin policies and procedures and assisting in development of annual operating budgets.

For more information and full position responsibilities, please see the full position announcement.

THIS POSITION IS CURRENTLY OPEN TO UW SYSTEM EMPLOYEES ONLY. To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Friday, May 13, 2016.

Wisconsin Caregiver Academy Training Specialist – Open to UW System Employees Only

The Wisconsin Caregiver Academy Training Specialist reports to the Director of Continuing Education, and will be primarily responsible for working in collaboration with the Director to manage the Wisconsin Caregiver Academy Program and to assist in developing new innovative programs throughout the State of Wisconsin and beyond. Audiences will include social workers, human service professionals, assisted living facilities, business professionals, nursing home administrators, among others.

For more information and full position responsibilities, please see the full position announcement.

THIS POSITION IS CURRENTLY OPEN TO UW SYSTEM EMPLOYEES ONLY. To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Saturday, May 7, 2016.

Welcome Bao Sengkhammee!

FullSizeRenderThe American Intercultural Center welcomed Bao Sengkhammee on March 14, 2016, as a Multicultural Advisor!  Prior to her appointment at UW-Green Bay, Bao worked at the Chippewa Valley Technical College. She holds a Master’s in Educational Psychology from UW-Milwaukee and a Bachelor’s in Human Development & Urban and Regional Studies from UW-Green Bay.  Bao enjoys spending time with her children and family, watching movies, doing arts and crafts, cheering for the Green Bay Packers, trying new cultural foods, munching on spicy foods, and learning about other cultures.  Welcome, Bao!

Biometric Screening- Next Steps

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In 2016, all covered state group health insurance plans will offer $150 for completing the Well Wisconsin Incentive Program.  There are two steps to completing the program.

 

  1. Participate in a biometric screening.
    • If you participated in the biometric screening on Monday, April 18th, results will be sent to your health plan on the 15th day of the following month.  Please allow time for the health plans to process this information, as the turnaround time for these results to be integrated with your Health Risk Survey will vary by health plan.
    • If you did not participate in the on-site screening, you may still complete the biometric portion with your doctor.  A special form will need to be completed by your doctor.  Visit http://wellwisconsin.wi.gov  and click on your insurance plan in the column to the left for a direct link to the form, under the heading ‘”Taking Your Assessment with Your Doctor.”
  2. Complete the online Health Risk Survey required by your health plan.
    • Use your biometric screening results to complete the survey.  Visit http://wellwisconsin.wi.gov  and click on your insurance plan in the column to the left for a direct link to the online Health Survey.  This quick, easy survey is designed to help you gauge well-being factors to pinpoint possible health risks.

NOTE:  All participants should check their health insurance provider’s information on the Well Wisconsin website for any additional information and requirements that may be necessary to qualify for the incentive. 

Once the biometric screening and health survey is completed, the $150 incentive is issued by your health insurance provider and sent directly to your address on file.  Please note that it may take up to 12 weeks after the 15th day of the following month before you receive the incentive payment.   Some health insurance providers pay on a quarterly basis.

 

Effective January 1, 2016, adult children will no longer be eligible for the Well Wisconsin Incentive program.  The incentive will continue to be available for active employees and retirees participating in the State of Wisconsin Group Health Insurance Program and their enrolled spouse/domestic partner.  This is the result of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC) recent ruling on the applicability of Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) to employee wellness programs and the proposed rule amending GINA to allow spouse participation.

Well Wisconsin program and other taxable wellness-related incentives.  According to the federal government and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) financial reimbursements for wellness-related expenses such as gym memberships, fitness classes, the cost to participate in Community Support Agriculture (CSA), and rewards for participating in health or wellness programs or challenges are classified as a fringe benefit that must be treated as a taxable wage subject to income and payroll taxes.

  • Federal regulations require the payroll centers to receive financial data regarding incentives issued to employees and their covered family members.  Your health information is protected by federal privacy regulations and will never be shared with your employer.

To learn more about your wellness assessment, go to (wellwisconsin.wi.gov).