HR - Continuity Status Overview


This document contains a list of the Continuity code values and their definitions. In addition, this job aid indicates whether the Expected Job End Date field is required, optional or not allowed based on the Continuity of the job.

Continuity: Section 36.09(1)(e) Wis. Stats., directs the Board of Regents to fix the "term of office" for officers, faculty, academic staff and other employees of the UW System. Continuity, in conjunction with the Appointment Type, captures this information about the expected duration for jobs. Continuity will be a factor in determining the benefits program eligibility, so its accuracy is critical.

When creating a Position, a Continuity value must be selected.

Continuity Table

Note: Student Help employee class has a continuity of NONE.

Under the column titled Expected Job End Date, if "Not Allowed" leave the field blank on job data, if "Required" a date must be entered, and if "Optional" you may leave blank or add a date.  If a date is entered, the effective date of the termination will always be the Expected Job End Date plus one day.

You can find an employee's Continuity Code on Job Data via the main Menu in HRS by navigating to: Workforce Administration > Job Information > Job Data; search on Empl ID; click on the UW Custom tab.

Continuity Code on Job

You can find an employee's Continuity Code on Position Data via the main Menu in HRS by navigating to: Organizational Development > Position Management > Maintain Positions/Budgets > Add/Update Position Info; search on Position Number.

Continuity Code on Position


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Keywords:fixed term terminal renewable limitedongoing acting interim expected job end date EJED limited fixed terminal student help SH continuity code academic annual c-basis a-basis h-basis expectation fixed renewable ongoing acting/interim continuity codes   Doc ID:16903
Owner:Tami E.Group:Human Resource System (HRS)
Created:2011-02-14 19:00 CDTUpdated:2017-02-22 10:00 CDT
Sites:Human Resource System (HRS)
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