A restructure was approved Tuesday (Dec. 19, 2017) placing Christopher Paquet in the expanded role of Assistant Vice Chancellor for Policy and Compliance reporting to UW-Green Bay’s Vice Chancellor for Business and Finance, Sheryl Van Gruensven. With the departure of Christine Olson (who has taken a position with ThedaCare, in Appleton, as a senior Human Resources consultant), Paquet will provide oversight for UW-Green Bay Human Resources. Van Gruensven extends sincere appreciation to Olson for her years of service at UW-Green Bay in her many roles, including human resources director, human resources manager and payroll and benefit specialist.
Paquet continues to be responsible for the oversight and review of campus policies and procedures, external and internal compliance and internal matters that may lead to liability. This position will provide oversight and direction for the campus Human Resources function including the areas of recruitment and selection, titling and compensation planning, organizational and staff development, payroll and benefits administration, operational procedures, handbooks, policies and labor relations, and campus equity and affirmative action initiatives. This position also serves as the Title IX Coordinator on behalf of UW-Green Bay and is responsible for ensuring compliance with all requirements under Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 related to the institution’s designation as a recipient of federal funding.
As the winter holiday season approaches, questions often come up regarding the appropriateness of displays regarding religious holiday symbols. To assist you in determining what is permissible on university property, including employee offices and cubicles, please refer to UPS Operational Policy GEN 16 and the additional guidance provided by UW System legal regarding Display of Christmas Trees and Religious Holiday Symbols on Campus.
Happy Holidays to all!
In observation of the Thanksgiving holiday, the campus will be closed Thursday, November 23 and the following offices will be closed Friday, November 24. All offices will resume normal operations on Monday, November 27th.
- Student Life
- Pride Center
- Disability Services
- Counseling and Health Center – Available for on-call consultations
- American Intercultural Center
- Dean of Students
- Dean’s Offices
- Austin E. Cofrin School of Business
- College of Science and Technology
- Division of Continuing Education and Community Engagement
- University Archives
- Phoenix Athletics Offices
- Marketing and University Communication
- Business and Finance
- Chancellor’s Office
- Weidner Center
Have a Happy Thanksgiving and joyous Holiday season!
The following health plans are no longer available for 2018:
- Anthem Blue Preferred Northeast
- Arise Health Plan
- Health Tradition Health Plan
- Humana Eastern
- Humana Western
- UnitedHealthCare of Wisconsin
If you were a member of one of these plans you will need to choose a new provider for 2018. Not sure where to begin? Explore plan designs and benefits offered by using the interactive tool, Alex. After determining what plan design is best for you, explore ETF’s state health plan map to see which health plans are available in your area and review the plan’s provider directory to determine if your doctors are covered.
Once you’ve decided, visit the MyUW Portal to submit your elections today!
Not sure where to begin and need some additional guidance? Visit one of the Benefit Open Lab Sessions to talk to a benefits counselor and get your questions answered!
Interested in all the plan changes for 2018? Click here to view the 2018 update presentation highlighting plan changes.
Are you a veteran? Have you been hired in the past two years? UW-Green Bay Veteran Services Coordinator, Elaina Koltz, would love to hear from you! The Governors Council on Veterans Employment is looking to highlight stories of recently hired veterans to the UW workforce and would love to hear your story!
Please reach out to Elaina Koltz at email@example.com or 920-465-2065 to share your story today!
The UW System Title and Total Compensation Study is underway and will soon be moving into Phase 2 of 5, focused on assessment of current positions and modernizing the job title structure.
A campus Open Forum was held on Tuesday, July 18 to provide an all-campus update on the status of this study and next steps as we progress towards Phase 2. Click here to review the presentation.
Title and Total Compensation Update 7/18/17
Human Resources has worked with campus Computing and Information Technology (CIT) to revisit and revise the current campus HR Distribution Lists housed in Outlook. As part of this process, the lists have been rebuilt and the following is a description of the current lists that exist for users in Outlook. Provisioning for access to send to the various lists is granted through CIT and lists are restricted to limit the number of campus wide e-mails that are sent.
Also, please be advised the Campus Student & Employee Distribution List E-Mail Policy maintained by CIT is under revision and will be reissued later this year. For questions on the use of these lists, please contact HR or CIT.
The university has rolled out two courses through our contracted training vendor, LawRoom, including Intersections: Harassment Prevention Training and Checkpoint: Data Security & Privacy. Employees who have not yet completed these courses will receive a weekly reminder e-mail on Wednesdays informing them of course non-completion. New employees will also be enrolled in the course EDU: Protect Children relating to Executive Order 54 and this campus policy. As soon as courses are completed no further reminders will be issued.
For questions on accessing LawRoom or completion of these courses, please contact Mitchell Sabez at (920) 465-2839 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
In an effort to streamline and create a more cohesive document for employees, Human Resources has worked with Academic and University Staff Governance representatives over the past year to refine and create an updated Employee Handbook for all Academic and University Staff Employees. The updated UW-Green Bay Employee Handbook for Academic and University Staff contains helpful information for all employees, including referential policies, campus information, and various resources.
Please review and become familiar with the information contained within this handbook. Upon full review, please print, sign, and return a copy of the final page in this handbook- the Employee Acknowledgement to Human Resources. All employees are requested to complete this review and submit an employee handbook acknowledgement no later than Friday, June 23.
The University of Wisconsin System recently adopted UWS Administrative Policy 1032: Information Security: Awareness. This policy requires all employees to complete information security awareness training yearly. University employees have access to medium and high-risk data for themselves as well as others. Maintaining the security of that data from the continuous attack by hackers is a constant threat facing our employees.
As communicated via e-mail on 5/3/17, all Faculty and Staff are required to complete online training on Information Security Awareness by May 31, 2017. This training will provide employees with best practices on their role in protecting the university’s systems and data, and information on how to recognize the methods employed by hackers. The training will also provide information related to the UW-System information technology acceptable use policies. Training will take approximately ninety minutes and is self-paced, allowing you to come and go as you please until course completion.
Login information will be included in an e-mail from “University of Wisconsin-Green Bay” titled “UW-Green Bay Required Training: Information Security Awareness”.
Please contact Human Resources at email@example.com or (920) 465-2390 with any questions and/or to request a reasonable accommodation.