The Well Wisconsin Program is offering workplace flu clinics.
Flu vaccinations are free and voluntary for all who are eligible for the Well Wisconsin Program.
- You will be required to present your medical ID card at the flu clinic.
- After you register for your appointment online, your Next Step will be to complete the digital consent form.
- A link to the digital consent form will be available on the appointment confirmation page and in your confirmation email.
Nurses administering the vaccine will wear masks. Participants should follow local guidance regarding masks.
Location: Green Bay Campus, 1965 Room in University Union
Date: October 25, 2022
Time: 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM
Location: Sheboygan Campus
Date: October 17, 2022
Time: 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM
The vaccination will protect against the four most likely causes of flu illness during the upcoming season, including the H1N1- strain of influenza.
The vaccine is preservative-free.
The vaccine is not recommended for the following individuals:
- Those allergic to eggs or egg products
- Those who have an active neurological disorder
- Those with a fever, acute respiratory or other active infection or illness
If you are pregnant, you should receive the vaccine directly from your physician.
Preregistration is required. No cash payments or insurance payments accepted. To register for your flu vaccination appointment, log into the wellness portal at webmdhealth.com/wellwisconsin and click “Register” on the Flu Vaccination card.
For more information about the flu vaccination, visit cdc.gov/flu.
As we prepare for the fall 2022 semester, please be aware that the University plans to continue to follow CDC recommendations as they relate to both the prevention of community spread and the specific recommendations pertaining to Institutions of Higher Education. Should community health factors or CDC/Public Health recommendations change, modifications or reinstatement of past practices may occur. At this time, University leadership asks that you be aware of and adhere to the following:
- No masking requirement will be in place in general locations on campus (medical treatment areas like the Wellness Center or Athletic training rooms may continue to require masking).
- Please be respectful and cooperate with any individuals or areas that may post signage requesting that individuals use face coverings while in the operational area.
- If face coverings are needed, including n95 masks, please make a request by emailing the Environmental Health and Safety Supervisor at Pionteks@uwgb.edu.
- No surveillance testing will be required.
- Employees should seek symptomatic testing through their primary health care provider.
- UW-Green Bay recommends all faculty, staff and students be up-to-date on COVID-19 vaccinations and boosters per CDC guidance.
- There will be no vaccination requirements for participation in any University activity.
Quarantine & Isolation:
- Individuals who test positive should follow CDC Guidelines and utilize the CDC Isolation Calculator for assistance in determining the isolation period.
- The University will not be performing contact tracing on individuals who test positive or report a positive test.
- Notify your supervisor if you need to isolate or quarantine.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
- Facemasks, disinfection supplies and shields will continue to be available upon request. Individuals who request items should contact the Environmental Health and Safety Supervisor at Pionteks@uwgb.edu to make a request.
- Sanitation stations, sanitation kits, and protective shields will remain in place in classrooms.
If you need additional information, please contact Human Resources at ext. 2390 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for all you are currently doing and will continue to do to keep our campuses safe and healthy for all!
The start of a new fiscal year historically would kick off the annual performance evaluation process for Non-Instructional Academic Staff & Limited employees. However, in an effort to create a more consistent review period across employee classifications and support future technology enhancements in the performance evaluation process for non-instructional staff, Cabinet approved a change in calendar for Non-Instructional Academic Staff and Limited employee evaluations. Non-Instructional Academic Staff and Limited evaluations will now be based upon a calendar year review period and will be conducted annually in January/February.
To facilitate this transition in calendar, Non-Instructional Academic Staff & Limited employees are not expected to complete annual performance evaluations with the start of this fiscal year. However, supervisors are strongly encouraged to schedule a touch-point during the month of July/August with all of their Non-instructional Academic Staff & Limited Employees to provide an opportunity to informally:
- Discuss job performance
- Review established prior years goals and determine need to create additional goals to work towards over the additional six-month evaluation period
- Discuss opportunities for professional development
This change in evaluation schedule will not impact six-month evaluations for new Non-Instructional Academic Staff and Limited employees. Timely individual notifications will continue to be provided to supervisors for employees required to have a six-month evaluation.
Per the UW-Green Bay Compensation and Pay Plan Policy, compensation adjustments must be based upon merit and employee performance. Any compensation adjustment to include the upcoming January 2023 pay plan distribution will be assessed utilizing last years annual evaluation (July 1, 2020 – June 30, 2021), or a six-month evaluation for any employee hired after July 1, 2020.
Over the next few months, the Office of Human Resources in collaboration with shared governance committees will be reviewing the current non-instructional performance evaluation process to identify updates that will streamline processes and better align with the positions descriptions developed this year as part of the Title & Total Compensation Project.
Additional information will be shared as it is available. For questions about the performance evaluation process, please contact email@example.com.
National Student Employment Week is April 11-15! If you would like to celebrate the accomplishments and contributions of a student employee who serves UW-Green Bay, please email a completed copy of the Student Employee Appreciation Template to Student Employment (firstname.lastname@example.org) no later than Friday, April 8. We suggest including the following information in your submission:
- The student’s name, job title, employer, hometown, and major
- A picture of the student
- Interesting fact/s about the student (optional)
- Short narrative about the impact and importance of the student’s work and why they are a great employee
Please consult with student employees before sending features to ensure they consent to the public release of any information you provide. We will share submissions on the UWGB Student Employment Facebook page during National Student Employment Week (April 11-15). We cannot guarantee that any submissions received after April 8 will be posted.
We encourage you to find other ways to show appreciation to student employees in your department as well. Please reach out to Student Employment within Financial Aid if you have any questions.
We are a few weeks into the new year, and ready to begin the University Staff performance evaluation process for the evaluation period of January 1, 2021 – December 31, 2021.
Annual performance evaluations are a key component to employee performance and development and provide employees and their supervisors an opportunity to discuss job performance, set goals for professional development, establish objectives for contributing to the department’s mission, and discuss expectations and accomplishments.
Please review the presentation on Managing and Evaluating Employee Performance to familiarize yourself with this process and your responsibilities. If you would prefer an in-person training session on this topic, please contact email@example.com.
In line with UW System compensation guidelines and the UW-Green Bay Compensation and Pay Plan Policy, all compensation adjustments must be based upon merit and employee performance. Therefore, any future pay adjustments, including base rate adjustments and Board of Regents approved pay plan, will be contingent upon satisfactory performance. In addition, supervisors must have up-to-date, documented performance evaluations on file for all direct reports in order to receive pay adjustments.
- As part of the Performance Evaluation process, it is important that we continue to recognize the opportunities, challenges and changes in the way employees did work due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. Supervisors are asked to keep this in mind when assessing goal completion and setting goals for 2022.
- In accordance with the Title & Total Compensation Project, the template for position descriptions has changed. We ask that the performance evaluation process for ALL university staff employees include the development of an updated position description this year, which should be signed and submitted along with the evaluation by the due date below. Please see here for instructions on creating the new position description utilizing the UW-Green Bay Position Description Library.
- We will be transitioning to electronic performance evaluations for all non-instructional employees in January, 2023. The new position descriptions developed this year will be the foundation for the electronic evaluation structure moving forward. Please watch for communications about this new system during the 2022 calendar year.
In an effort to facilitate timely completion, performance evaluations and position descriptions are due by Friday, March 25, 2022.
Please note that annual performance evaluations are not required for individuals who have had a probationary review on or after July 1, 2021, or for new employees that have been hired since this date. Contact Human Resources if you have any questions about the University Staff performance evaluation process.
On Monday, November 8, 2021, Stephanie Alvey transitioned from Acquisitions & Serials Assistant to Manager of Collection Development in the Library.
Last spring, Governor Evers included a proposed 2021-2023 pay plan for UW System employees within the state budget, which would provide a base rate increase to all eligible employees of 2% in FY22 and 2% in FY23. At this time, the Joint Committee on Employment Relations (JCOER) has not yet voted on the pay plan. That group has final determination on the amount and timeline for pay plan distribution, and thus it is not finalized. However, as we have done in past years, we will be taking measures to prepare for a potential pay plan increase for eligible employees pending JCOER approval.
During the next month, we will be determining which employees are eligible for pay plan under the UW-Green Bay Compensation and Pay Plan Policy. Eligible employees for the proposed FY 2022 pay plan include faculty, academic staff, limited, university staff, and university staff project appointments in ongoing positions with a budgeted FTE of 50% or greater. Pursuant to the UW-Green Bay Compensation and Pay Plan Policy and other publicized guidelines, the following list represents employees who would be ineligible for pay plan:
- Employees paid from provisional, non-budgeted salary lines, including all temporary appointments and positions less than 50% FTE.
- Employees represented by a collective bargaining agreement (CBA). Respective pay increases for pay plan will be negotiated separately through the CBA.
- Employees currently under a performance improvement plan.
- Employees deemed “unsatisfactory” or “does not meet expectations” in overall level of performance under their most recent performance evaluation.
- Ongoing employees with six-months of service or less as of the effective date of pay plan (start date after 6/30/2021)
- Employees who have not completed required campus compliance training. Required trainings include:
- Harassment & Discrimination Prevention (Required every three years)
- Checkpoint: Data Security & Privacy (Required annually)
- Protect Children (EDU-WI) (One-time training required at time of hire)
- Injury and Illness Prevention (EDU) (One-time training required at time of hire)
- FERPA Basics (One-time training required at time of hire)
- Touchstone: Tools for an Ethical Workplace (One-time training required at time of hire)
- Campus Security Authority Training (for employees designated as Campus Security Authority (CSA) only)
- Supervisors who do not have completed, up to date evaluations on file for all of their direct reports. The evaluation periods to assess for FY 2021 pay plan are as follows:
- University Staff: 1/1/2020 – 12/31/2020
- Non-Instructional Academic Staff / Limited: 7/1/2020 – 6/30/2021
- Faculty / Instructional Academic Staff: 2019/2020 Academic Year
In order to be eligible for the proposed pay plan, eligibility requirements (specifically the required trainings and performance evaluations) must be complete by November 30, 2021.
Human Resources will be assessing eligibility of employees. During the month of November, the HR Office will be sending reminders to employees and Dean/Division Leaders of any missing training and/or performance evaluation requirements. Please make sure to be looking out for these emails over the next month.
If you have questions about the proposed FY 2022 pay plan, please feel free to contact Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org or (920) 465-2390.
The University of Wisconsin System has embarked on a complete redesign of its current classification and compensation structure. The goal of the Title & Total Compensation Project (T&TC) is to modernize the existing title and compensation programs which will, in turn, attract and retain the best talent for the organization.
As announced last spring, the Title & Total Compensation (T&TC) Project implementation was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, however we are moving forward with an implementation date of November 7, 2021. The UW-Green Bay Title & Total Compensation Website has been updated with the following anticipated timeline:
- Very late October/early November: Formal notices of revised titles sent by UW System to in-scope employees
- November 1, 2021: New pay ranges published by UW System on their website
- First week of November, 2021: UW-Green Bay virtual sessions for employees regarding appeals process and new pay ranges (see below for more information)
- November 7, 2021: Official go-live of the new title structure.
- November 7, 2021: UW-Green Bay will formally publish the governance-reviewed (and leadership approved) updated Title Review Policy, Title Guidelines, IAS Guidelines, Title Appeal Guidelines, and associated forms.
- November 7, 2021 – December 31, 2021: Appeals submission period for employees (all TTC appeals must be submitted by December 31, 2021)
- January 1, 2022 – June 30, 2022: Appeals processing period. All appeals will be settled by June 30, 2022.
If you are interested in learning more about the Title & Total Compensation Project, please consider attending one of our upcoming virtual information sessions. At these sessions, we will provide an update regarding the project, an overview of the appeals process (including instructions for filling out the form, timelines, etc.), and a brief overview related to the new pay ranges. Please see below for specific dates and times:
No need to RSVP, just mark your calendar to attend utilizing the links above! We will also be recording a session, which will be available on the HR Connect blog.
In addition, it is expected that UW System will be holding system-wide town halls related to the salary structure in mid-November. Information will be shared about those town halls with the campus community when available.
More details about the Title & Total Compensation Project will continue to be communicated to employees in the HR Connect weekly email newsletter, the HR Connect blog, and on the UW System Title & Total Compensation Project website.
On behalf of the campus project team and leadership, we would like to thank you for your support of these efforts, and look forward to the upcoming implementation!
This position reports to the Director of Facilities Management and Planning and participates in capital planning, budget preparation, space planning and design, and project management. This professional position functions under limited supervision and is responsible for researching and developing complex documents that pertain to the needs of higher education. Responsibilities will include site and transportation planning, architectural and mechanical systems, space planning, construction budgeting, and compliance with International Building Code and other regulatory requirements. The position will prepare documents that support the university’s capital planning process in a way that is consistent with UW System policies and procedures. Additionally, this position will effectively utilize computer-aided design software and database software to create and organize documents in an effective manner.
For further information and position responsibilities, please see the full position announcement.
To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Sunday, October 3, 2021.