A reminder that travel reimbursement policies and rates will be changing effective October 5, 2015. Anyone who travels on University business is encouraged to attend either of the two remaining training sessions on Thursday, October 8 from 2:00-3:00 or Friday, October 16 from 9:00 -10:00, both sessions will be held in IS1034. Please RSVP to Cheryl Pieper if you will be attending. Please note the session that was originally scheduled for Monday, September 28 has been cancelled.
As a reminder, Executive Order #54 requires all University of Wisconsin System employees to immediately report child abuse or neglect if the employee, in the course of employment, observes an incident or threat of child abuse or neglect, or learns of an incident or threat of child abuse or neglect, and has reasonable cause to believe that child abuse or neglect will occur. This Executive Order applies to all UW System employees, regardless of appointment type. Please refer to UW-Green Bay’s Policy on the Reporting of Suspected Child Abuse and Neglect for specific responsibilities and reporting requirements. Short-term employees (including Associate Lecturers, Adjunct Instructors, Ad Hoc Program Specialists, Limited Term Employees (LTE), and Student Employees should review this training on the Human Resources website (it takes about 15 minutes). Short-term employees should notify their supervisor once they have reviewed the training, and supervisors are responsible for ensuring their short-term employees have completed this training. (Human Resources will track training completion for permanent employees.) Please contact Human Resources, ext. 2390 if you have any questions.
UW-Green Bay Chancellor Thomas K. Harden has been adamant that no re-hiring deal was struck before chief business officer Tom Maki retired last March. The Associated Press, however, reported Thursday that documents the AP obtained from the school through an open records request appear to “raise questions” about whether an informal agreement was, in fact, in place. University officials reiterate they believe they followed ETF guidelines and UW System policies in bringing Maki back on a temporary basis. A full version of the AP story is archived online.