Applicant who has been deemed minimally qualified for the vacancy.
Process in which OHR helps divisions manage the recruitment, assessment and selection of high-volume and continuously recruited positions (e.g., custodial positions).
The chief executive of UW–Madison.
City of Madison Living Wage
110% of the Federal poverty rate for a family of four.
Civil Service System
A hiring process that incorporates merit selection principles including objective criteria to evaluate job applicants and make hiring decisions.
Paid time off the job which is earned and accrued by an employee instead of immediate cash payment for overtime. Compensatory time may be used instead of vacation balance.
When a temporary employee works two or more TE appointments at the same time.
When a temporary employee works two or more TE appointments back-to-back.
Employment in a leave-earning position within the University of Wisconsin System or the State of Wisconsin that has not experienced a break in service longer than the reinstatement period for the applicable employment category. Continuous employment will be counted in determining an employee’s length of continuous service.
All the time in a position with a State of Wisconsin agency as defined in Wis. Admin. Code § ER 18.01(3) or with the UW System in a position with an expectation for continued service, adjusted for any breaks in service. Continuous service at the University of Wisconsin System does not include time served in positions that are ineligible for leave per UW–Madison Campus-wide Operational Policy: Sick Leave.
A UW–Madison employee who is a skilled journeyman Crafts Worker, including apprentices and helpers. The classification does not include employees who are not in direct line of progression in the craft.
Crafts Worker Supervisor
Position that supervises Crafts Workers.
The amount of service an employee is granted under the Wisconsin Retirement System based on the number of hours worked in a year and the employee’s WRS employment category.