Welcome Jorge Aguilar!

The Office of Human Resources is delighted to announce that Jorge Aguilar has been appointed into the position of Associate HR Director for Talent Management effective Tuesday May 28, 2024. Jorge will lead a team of HR Talent Partners to provide administrators, supervisors, faculty, and staff consistent and strategic HR support and services relevant to the entire career lifecycle. Specifically, Jorge will be responsible for strategic oversight over HR Functions such as coaching/employee relations, performance management, onboarding, offboarding, recruitment, learning & development, FMLA, position description development, and employee engagement. In addition, Jorge will serve as an institutional contact for complex employee relations matters, and will provide guidance, support and expertise to supervisors and employees regarding employee relations processes.

Jorge has a degree in Economics and Business Administration from UW-Eau Claire. He is certified as a Senior Certified Professional (SCP) through SHRM and a Senior Professional of Human Resources (SPHR) through HRCI. Jorge brings extensive human resources leadership experience from his previous work with Sheridan, World Council of Credit Unions, Access Community Health Centers, Outlook Group Corp., Kimberly-Clark, and Procter & Gamble. We are thrilled that he has joined our HR team!

The Office of Human Resources is currently engaged in a planned staffing transition to develop a true HR Talent Partner model across UW-Green Bay.  This model will:

    • Align roles within the HR Office with the functionality of Workday (which will be implemented in July, 2025);
    • Integrate HR more naturally within college/divisions across UW-Green Bay to provide talent support and collaboration; and
    • Ensure that HR can best serve as an impactful partner with employees, managers, and leadership, guiding employees throughout their careers and meeting the needs of UW-Green Bay in areas such as business analytics and talent strategy.

We expect to fully implement the model later in the summer, and are looking forward to providing more information to the institutional community in the coming months!