- University Personnel System (UPS) Operational Policies
- Final Summary of Current State Assessment
- Stakeholder Feedback on Initial Recommendations (July 2012)
- UPS Recommendations (April/May 2012)
- Stakeholder Feedback on Proposed Implementation Decisions (October 2012)
- Board of Regents Meetings
- UPS Power Point (April/May)
- Proposed Implementation Decisions (September 2012)
- UPS Communication
- UW Board of Regents UPS Documents (December 2012)
- Summary of Current State Assessment
University Personnel System (UPS) Operational Policies
Wis. Stat. authorizes and directs the University of Wisconsin System to develop two distinct personnel systems: one for UW-Madison and one for all other UW System institutions. They will be separate and distinct from the personnel system outlined under Chapter 230 of the Wisconsin Statutes (State Employment Relations). Effective July 1, 2015, the statutes contained in Chapter 230 and the rules and procedures established by the Office of State Employment Relations will no longer be applicable. Rather, classified staff – soon to be known as university staff – will be placed under the authority of the UW Board of Regents
UPS Operational Policies
The University Personnel System (UPS) Operational Policies have been developed based on the UPS Proposed Implementation Decisions as well as pertinent sections of Chapter 230. The UPS Operational Policies, when finalized and implemented, will provide the framework for UW institutions, other than UW-Madison, to extend the UW Board of Regents’ authority to university staff. Additionally, current policies such as the Unclassified Personnel Guidelines (UPGs) will be incorporated into UPS Operational Policies.
UPS Operational Policies will continue to be drafted, shared with the UW institutions including their appropriate governance groups, and the Board of Regents over the next seven months. In some cases, institutions will need to develop local policies based on the framework outlined in the UPS Operational Policies. UPS Operational Policies effective July 1, 2015, will be in final form by March 1, 2015 to facilitate the necessary change management and training.